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RESIDENTIAL TENANCIES AND ROOMING ACCOMMODATION ACT 2008 - SECT 426
Disputes about lessors’ notices
426 Disputes about lessors’ notices
(1) If a tenant disputes the ground stated in a notice to remedy breach or a
notice to leave premises given to the tenant by the lessor under an agreement,
the tenant may apply to a tribunal for an order about the notice.
(2) If the
tribunal is satisfied the lessor was not entitled to give the notice on the
ground stated, it may make an order under this section.
(3) If the tribunal
decides the application before the agreement is terminated, it may make any
order it considers appropriate.
(4) If the tribunal decides the application
after the agreement is terminated because of the lessor’s action, it may
make an order requiring the lessor to pay to the tenant an amount it considers
appropriate as compensation for any loss or expense incurred by the tenant for
having to leave the premises.
(5) This section does not apply to a notice to
leave without ground.
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