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Tenancy Tribunal principal adjudicator Melissa Poole | 15 May 2018 | Doors open 7pm | Starts 7.30pm
Melissa has been the Principal Tenancy Adjudicator since September 2014. She came to the role after four years as deputy chair of the Immigration and Protection Tribunal, and, prior to that, was deputy chair of two of the former immigration appeal authorities. She was previously a senior lecturer in law at Victoria University of Wellington.
Melissa has a strong interest in access to justice at the tribunal level. Her focus in the immediate future is guiding the Tenancy Tribunal through the transition to a new end-to-end online tenancy adjudication system, and resolving the legal questions concerning new issues in the tenancy jurisdiction, including methamphetamine contamination, landlord insurance/tenant liability for damage and unlawful housing.
All welcome: CPIA forums are free for CPIA members. There is a $25 door charge for non-members.
CPIA members, please remember to take your membership cards.
When: 15 May 2018, 7pm doors open, 7.30pm start
Where: The Atrium, 455 Hagley Avenue, The Netball Centre, Hagley Park, Christchurch
Speaker: Tenancy Tribunal principal adjudicator Melissa Poole
Topic: The role of MBIE's C&I teams