Can a property manager give 24 hrs notice to remove from a property after a hearing. Auckland nz. There has been little

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Customer: Can a property manager give 24 hrs notice to remove from a property after a hearing.
JA: What state is the property located in? And has anyone consulted a local attorney about this?
Customer: Auckland nz
JA: What are the terms of the lease? Any issues related to maintenance or upkeep?
Customer: There has been little maintenance done to the property since I have been in here. There are alot of issues to the property. Such as no insulation no way of heating plumbing issues. Floor boards are rotting away and also mold accumulating. Also there was no cleaning had been done prior to moving in
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Customer: We had arrears to pay that we were sorting out as well
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Hi My name is ***** ***** I am a New Zealand lawyer based in Wellingtonwith more than 42 years of experience. I am here to help with your questions.

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The property can only give notice once the tenancy tribunal has made an order terminating the lease. Once that has happened you do need to leave however

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