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    Rental termination does extend past 25 June as that is the earliest date you can issue notice - of 90 days so add on another 3 months.

    Kiwis rate 'fairness' highly and no-one would agree that these people have been treated equally or fairly.

    The 'we're in this together' is so far from the truth and they need to be outed for their prejudice.

    Disagree with they're got it right - all they needed to do is assist LLs suffering from the enforced law, just like they are happy to assist everyone else.

    cheers,

    Donna
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    Quote Originally Posted by artemis;449199...
    Most if not all of those impacted took the correct actions before anyone knew there was an issue.
    Reading between the lines...

    I wonder if the previous landlord sold at a lower price because they knew the insulation would be an issue.
    And also knew the disposition of the current tenant.

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    Quote Originally Posted by donna View Post
    Kiwis rate 'fairness' highly and no-one would agree that these people have been treated equally or fairly. The 'we're in this together' is so far from the truth and they need to be outed for their prejudice.
    No media mouse is going to be brave enough to question socialist Cindy on this very matter.
    Quote Originally Posted by donna View Post
    Disagree with they're got it right - all they needed to do is assist LLs suffering from the enforced law, just like they are happy to assist everyone else.
    Totally agree.

    Also totally believe it's not going to happen.
    Last edited by donna; 22-05-2020 at 01:39 PM.
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