18-month-long eviction battle continued by gang members

3 Mongrel Mob occupants countering the eviction in Lower Hutt have placed their battle to the Court of Appeal in a plea to remain in their local state houses. The conclusion shall put a legal example for all the tenants.

It's already been a year-and-a-half ever since Robyn Winther, Billy Taylor and Huia Tamaka were believed to have been cast out, although the trio stay behind insolent and even now inhabit their state houses. Ms Tamaka expressed that he has been there for very long time to have somebody tell him to get out just for nothing.

The trio has been fighting their case in the Tenancy Tribunal and the District and High Courts. If their newest plea court action is successful then it shall move back to the Tenancy Tribunal.

The tenants' lawyer Liz Hall expressed that the clear course he thinks can be the Tenancy Tribunal to state that we still have jurisdiction to think about the points.

They desire the case should be sent back to the tribunal to compel a statement on discrimination, somewhat it was avoided first time around.

The difference transmits to an internal memo wrongly put together to the initial notification. It featured the women's relationships to suspected criminals and gang members.