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Rates in arrears? What it takes for the government to sell your home

Stephanie Flores
Mon, 28 Apr 2014

Penny Bright has six months to pay her rates or pack her bags, according to a letter from the Auckland High Court.

The campaigner and self-described “public watchdog” hasn’t paid rates on her Kingsland home since 2008 and says she won’t until the use of ratepayer money is more

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Stephanie Flores
Mon, 28 Apr 2014
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