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Your landlord may be able to ask you to leave the property for no reason, but this depends on the type of tenancy agreement you have. If you have...
Community Law Wellington & Hutt Valley answered 27 Aug 2013
The landlord cannot throw you out if you have a valid tenancy agreement. A verbal tenancy agreement (or agreement to extend your tenancy) is still...
Community Law Wellington & Hutt Valley answered 27 Aug 2013
Yes, your landlord can apply to the Tenancy Tribunal if you don't pay your rent. If you have a reason for not paying your rent, you should discuss...
Community Law Wellington & Hutt Valley answered 7 Aug 2013
No. If the Tenancy Tribunal has awarded your landlord compensation for damage that you caused, the landlord is not required to spend that money on...
Community Law Wellington & Hutt Valley answered 6 Aug 2013
Your tenancy agreement is still valid, but you might want to email or write to your landlord to get the error on record. A tenancy agreement...
Community Law Wellington & Hutt Valley answered 6 Aug 2013
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