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    The Tenants Protection Association is calling for the Ministry of Business, Innovation and Employment to amend the law around the ban on letting fees

    The Tenants Protection Association is calling for the Ministry of Business, Innovation and Employment to amend the law around the ban on letting fees

    10 January 2019
    There are fears property managers have found a loophole in the legislation after a man was charged 250 dollars for transferring his rental into his niece's name.

    Association chair Anthony Rimell says it's one case too many.

    He says he'll be seeking an amendment that stops this type of practice as well.

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