but neighbours say it's not enough
Kāinga Ora has received hundreds of complaints about problem tenants and has moved dozens on since changes were made to the Residential Tenancies Act.
But some people don’t feel enough is being done to protect neighbours from tenants’ disruptive behaviour.
Changes to the Residential Tenancies Act earlier this year meant Kāinga Ora could give tenants a warning for serious disruptive behaviour and if a tenant received three warnings within 90 days, Kāinga Ora could apply to the Tenancy Tribunal to end the tenancy.
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