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Limited Licences

Under the Land Transport Act 1998, some disqualified drivers can apply to the District Court for a Limited Licence.

The most common reason people apply for a Limited Licence is because they urgently need a licence for their job. Other people apply for a Limited Licence if they urgently need a licence to care for a family member, for example.

If you don’t feel confidant completing an application yourself, you can speak with court staff at the District Court, or you can seek help from your local Community Law Centre or from a lawyer.

Tenancy Letters

Renters (tenants) are protected by the Residential Tenancies Act. These letter templates help you as a tenant communicate clearly and effectively with your landlord, if you think your landlord is not following the law.

These letters aren't a substitute for face-to-face legal advice. You may need to get specific advice for your particular situation, and if you're worried at all, we encourage you to do so.

Privacy Letters

A lot of information is collected about you in daily life, such as personal details you provide at a doctor's or lawyer's appointment, when you open a bank account, or when you apply for a benefit. Clearly, it is important that personal information is treated appropriately and with care. These letter templates help you communicate clearly and effectively about your privacy rights in different situations.

These letters aren't a substitute for face-to-face legal advice. You may need to get specific advice for your particular situation, and if you're worried at all, we encourage you to do so.

Consumer Letters

While it may be true that the buyer should beware, the law provides many protections to ensure that consumers buying goods and services get a fair deal. These letter templates help you communicate clearly and effectively about your rights as a consumer (buyer) of goods and services, when something has gone wrong.

These letters aren't a substitute for face-to-face legal advice. You may need to get specific advice for your particular situation, and if you're worried at all, we encourage you to do so.

Employment Letters

When things go wrong in an employment relationship the two sides are expected to deal with each other in good faith to try to resolve the situation. If you and your employer can't resolve the problem yourselves, the law provides processes for this. These letter templates help you communicate clearly and effectively about your employment rights in different situations.

These letters aren't a substitute for face-to-face legal advice. You may need to get specific advice for your particular situation, and if you're worried at all, we encourage you to do so.

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