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Should there be limited liability for tenant property damage?

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The Government is about to overhaul laws governing the lives of more than one million tenants.

The previous Labour Government wanted to introduce pro-tenant provisions, but the new National-led Government plans to scrap the most contentious of these so the balance is more even, and to pass sweeping reforms.

Moves to limit tenant liability for property damage, pay for professional tenant advocates in Tenancy Tribunal hearings and ban real estate agents from charging letting fees could all be scrapped.

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