Am I covered by the Tenancy Act when leasing land for my tiny house on wheels?
Most tiny house owners in New Zealand lease land to live on, either short-term or long-term. It's a great option when you don't want to make the upfront investment of buying land and prefer to have the flexibility to move around. However, leasing land means you live on someone else's property. As such, it's important to understand what your legal rights and protections are – in particular, whether you are covered under the Tenancy Act.
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