Steps To Help Qualify for Methamphetamine Cover For Rental Properties:

 

Landlord’s Obligations

 You, or the person who manages the tenancy on your behalf, must:

(a) exercise reasonable care in the selection of tenant(s) by at least obtaining satisfactory identification and written or verbal references for each adult tenant and when a reasonable landlord would consider it appropriate also check their credit and Tenancy Tribunal history, and

(b) keep written records of the pre-tenancy checks conducted for each adult tenant, and provide to the Insurance Company a copy of these if requested, and

(c) collect a total of 3 weeks’ rent in any combination of rent in advance and bond that will be registered with Tenancy Services, and

(d) complete an internal and external inspection of the home at a minimum of 3 monthly intervals and the relevant residential dwelling upon every change of tenant(s), and

(e) keep photographs and a written record of the outcome of each inspection, and provide to the Insurance Company a copy of these if requested, and

(f) monitor rents on a weekly basis with written notification being sent to the tenant(s) whenever rent is 14 days in arrears, together with a personal visit to determine if the tenant(s) remain in residence, and

(g) make application to the Tenancy Tribunal for vacant possession in accordance with the provisions of the Residential Tenancies Act 1986 if:

(i) the rent is 21 days in arrears, or

(ii) you become aware of any illegal activity by the occupant(s) at the home, or

(iii) intentional damage to the home is caused by one of its occupant(s).