Me and my husband are selfemployed contract dairy farmers and our accommodation/rental is included in employment

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Customer: Me and my husband are selfemployed contract dairy farmers and our accommodation/rental is included in employment contract, my husband was arrested 4 family violence and is out on bail, 1 of his conditions are to not reside at our address, because I am the victim however he is the more experienced farmer and the farm owners want him bailed to our address so I heard they are coming to trespass me and move me and my 2 kids on. Can they do this??
JA: Since laws vary from place to place, what state is this in? And when did this happen?
Customer: Oh I'm not in a state I'm in waikato, newzealand. Yesterday
JA: Has anything been filed or reported?
Customer: Yes the original incident happened in December however yesterday was when the farm owners were made aware because of my husband's second breach of bail conditions
JA: Anything else you want the Lawyer to know before I connect you?
Customer: There has been recreational drug use on both parts, but never on the property, could this be grounds to boot me out?
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If you are both on the employment contract and on the tenancy agreement, then the owners cannot evict you. A service tenancy can be ended on appropriate notice but they cannot just give you a trespass notice and tell you to leave. Some tenancy agreements to make provision for ending the agreement if there is an illegal act such as using recreational drugs on the premises, but if this did not occur on the property that would not be grounds to end the agreement

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