We rented a 2 bed townhouse for 8 years, in Newcastle. In all that time, we paid our rent on time and had three children. One scary night, in the middle of a long weekend, all three children got locked in their bedroom by […]
This particular estate agent stood out for her honesty. She told us honestly that she had no intention of complying with her obligations under the Residential Tenancies Act. This, of course, after we had signed the lease and moved in.
According to the agent – […]
Any assertion that landlords provide a public service is spurious. Landlords are motivated by profit – as they are perfectly entitled to be – but in pursuing that profit they are no more servants of the community than AGL is by retailing electricity, or David […]
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Employers who recklessly endanger workers may be fined three million dollars, while employers who induce workers not to exercise their rights face penalties of five hundred thousand dollars. In my experience, landlords may do both with impunity. Our first rental home, renovated by the owners, […]