Can I sue the developer for water leakage?
Robert Garland asks:
(updated on Thursday, February 14th 2008)
Our Experts Answer:I recommend that you seek independent legal advice regarding recourse against the developer, as the relationship between a landlord and a developer is not covered by the Residential Tenancies Act 1986. Your local Community Law Centre or Citizens Advice Bureau can provide you with free legal advice, or can direct you to the most appropriate source of information. You may also be able to make a claim with Weathertight Services in relation to the leaks. Refer to www.dbh.govt.nz or call 0800 324 477 for further information on making a claim.
The Department of Building and Housing provides information and guidance on building law and compliance, services including weathertight homes, and advice for tenants and landlords.
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