Tenancy Law Cases

Tenancy Law Cases


Price: POA + GST

Date: 15/04/2017

Code: 42080068

Thomson Reuters, NEW ZEALAND

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Tenancy Law Cases


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Tenancy Law Cases


Tenancy Law Cases

Tenancy Law Cases is a comprehensive database of more than 1,300 case records relating to tenancy law, sourced from a variety of New Zealand courts, as well as orders of the Tenancy Tribunal. This topic based collection includes disputes about residential tenancies (rented homes including boarding houses) and unit titles.

The availability of Tenancy Law Cases on Westlaw NZ allows you to seamlessly link through to related Westlaw NZ products including commentary services (such as Brookers Land Law), law reports series, A to Z of New Zealand Law, and legislation and articles, ensuring you have complete access to all your research needs in one platform.

Key benefits

  • Specifically target residential tenancy decisions to save you valuable research time.
  • Access over 700 expert headnotes written by Stewart Benson, Tenancy Tribunal Adjudicator, Barrister, and the author of a forthcoming work Residential Tenancy Law in New Zealand
  • Search the most comprehensive collection of tenancy cases available with decisions, extending back to 1987, not readily available from any other source.
  • Rely on the currency of the database with cases classified and uploaded as soon as they are received from the relevant court or tribunal
  • Take advantage of an advanced search template, including an option to limit searching to reported cases only or to a specific law report series

Related Westlaw NZ products

  • Brookers Land Law (commentary and legislation)
  • Civil Procedure: District Courts and Tribunals (commentary and legislation)

In addition, Sports and Recreation Cases, Legal Professional Responsibilities Cases, Contract Law Cases, Social Security Cases, and Tort Law Cases are now available on Westlaw NZ.