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Contents (2010 - 42)
Residential Tenancies Act 2010 No 42
Current version for 7 July 2017 to date (accessed 26 June 2018 at 01:41)
Part 5 Division 2 Section 93
93   Hardship to landlord
(1)  The Tribunal may, on application by a landlord, make a termination order if it is satisfied that the landlord would, in the special circumstances of the case, suffer undue hardship if the residential tenancy agreement were not terminated.
(2)  The Tribunal may, if it thinks fit, also order the landlord to pay compensation to the tenant for the tenant’s loss of the tenancy.
(3)  The tenant must take all reasonable steps to mitigate the loss and is not entitled to compensation for any loss that could have been reasonably avoided by the tenant.
(4)  A landlord may make an application under this section without giving the tenant a termination notice.
(5)  The Tribunal may make a termination order under this section that takes effect before the end of the fixed term if the residential tenancy agreement is a fixed term agreement.