The Tribune (NZ) - - OPINION -

I read your let­ter about Hous­ing NZ’s ac­tions re­gard­ing the out­come of P test­ing [Kevin Reilly, Con­ver­sa­tions, Tri­bune April 27] and I won­der, if they didn’t test the house af­ter the last ten­ants and then test it and find P con­tam­i­na­tion when new ten­ants move in does this mean that they can be sued for en­dan­ger­ing the health of the ten­ants? Seems like a fair so­lu­tion to them at­tempt­ing to make the ten­ants pay for clean-up, isn’t it in­no­cent un­til proven guilty?

Damien Twose Palmer­ston North

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