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How to serve notice to your landlord and/or schedule a tenancy to end in myRent
If eligible you can serve a notice to your landlord to end tenancy or schedule the tenancy to end if you have already served notice by following the steps below:
1 May 2022
What to do if the tenancy is in credit at end of tenancy?
If your tenancy has ended and is in credit you can use our rent refund process:
16 December 2021
What should I do if the tenants gave me notice to end the tenancy?
If your tenants have given you a written notice directly instead of doing this through myRent we would reccomend for you to schedule the tenancy to end in myRent.
15 December 2021
COVID-19: Traffic light system - Information for landlords and tenants
As we move away from the alert level system, the COVID-19 Protection Framework is setting in. So what restrictions apply to different traffic light settings, and what do they mean to landlords and tenants?
15 December 2021
Bond refund process
At the end of the tenancy, landlords and tenants need to complete a bond refund form whether it is to return the bond to tenants in full, or in part.
29 October 2021
How to serve notice to your tenants and/or schedule a tenancy to end in myRent
If eligible you can serve a notice to your tenants to end tenancy or schedule the tenancy to end if you have already served notice by following the steps below:
19 October 2021
COVID-19: New tenancy terminations restrictions during Alert Level 4.
Legislation has been drafted to restrict tenancy terminations during Alert Level 4.
2 October 2021
How to change end of tenancy date
As your tenancy has already been scheduled to end in myRent, you would need to remove the existing notice, which will allow you to reschedule the end of the tenancy.
21 September 2021
Lockdown Tenancy FAQs
We've put together the most commonly asked questions we receive about managing tenancies during the Lockdown.
21 August 2021
What should landlords expect from the new tenancy reform?
11 February 2021 is a big day. The second phase of The Residential Tenancies Amendment Act (RTAA) is coming into effect. What every landlord needs to know.
9 February 2021
The Residential Tenancies Amendment Bill is now law
The Government's Residential Tenancies Amendment Bill 2020 received Royal Assent on 11th August 2020 and is now law. Here are the details.
21 August 2020
Update on rent increases and tenancy termination bans
The tenancy termination restrictions are lifted but the rent freeze remains in place until 25 September 2020.
19 June 2020
NZ Property under Alert Level 2
The Health Act Order was signed off, and the Government released the official guidelines that the realestate industry needs to follow during Alert Level 2.
13 May 2020
How to handle a change of tenants during the tenancy
Sometimes a tenant wants to leave the property. But the tenancy isn't ending, as other tenants would like to continue with the lease, and/or a replacement tenant is found. What options are available? and how best handle this change of tenant process?
2 April 2020
COVID-19: Ban on rent increases and tenancy terminations
More details have now become available on the rent increase freezes, and tenancy terminations bans. These measures have now become law through the COVID-19 Response (Urgent Management Measures) Amendment Act.
26 March 2020
What NOT to do in property management
Being a good landlord and a property manager is about avoiding common mistakes. Some of them are more costly than others. To save yourself from these headaches, read our 7 most common property management pitfalls.
9 February 2020
What can you deduct from the bond?
Majority of disputes between landlords and tenants happen at the end of the tenancy and usually are about the bond. So landlords should know what amounts they are, in fact, entitled to deduct lawfully.
29 November 2019
New changes to the RTA and the end to a 90-day no-cause termination notice
The landlords are about to face another reset of rental laws as the Government announced another list of changes to the Residential Tenancies Act. These changes will follow recent significant reforms like the banning of letting fees and the introduction of Healthy homes standards.
18 November 2019
High Court decision on tenants' liability for damage
A landlord has won a case against his tenants to have his damaged carpets replaced to repair damage caused by two tenant's dogs.
1 November 2019
Legal reasons to evict a tenant
Most landlords want long-term tenants who pay rent on time and look after the property as if it were their own. Unfortunately, expectations don't always meet reality.
16 May 2019
10 ways to terminate a tenancy agreement
There are multiple reasons why a landlord or a tenant would want to end their tenancy. It is important to understand the rules that apply to different situations.
29 November 2018
How to approach the Tenancy Tribunal
Going to the Tenancy Tribunal is not as intimidating as most first timers imagine. However, it is important to be clear, non-emotional and prepared if you are going to have the best chance of getting the ruling you desire.
24 October 2018
How To Break A Fixed Term Tenancy Early By Mutual Consent
Tenants nor landlords can give notice to end fixed term tenancy early. However, a fixed contract can be terminated if all parties named on the tenancy agreement agreed to it.
26 August 2018
Rental bonds for landlords and tenants – rights and responsibilities
Rental bonds are a typical part of a new tenancy which follow some strict rules that all landlords and tenants should understand.
6 July 2018