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Chapter 23

any other person because of their race, sex, sexuality, religious belief or disability, or for any other reason. Harassment means interfering with the peace or comfort of any person. 32 Examples of harassment include:

  • threats or acts of violence to other people;

  • aggressive gestures;

  • verbal abuse, such as name-calling; and

  • making false complaints.

This is not a complete list. Please contact us if you are not sure about what behaviour causes nuisance and annoyance (there are contact details in chapter 7 of this booklet).

Getting our permission 33 You must get our permission in writing in the following circumstances. 33a If you want to use your home for trade or business, or for any purpose other than a private home. This includes the garden and garage if you have them. We will refuse permission if the trade or business is likely to cause nuisance or annoyance to other people. 33b Before making alterations or improvements to the property or outside areas. This includes:

  • removing any fixtures or fittings belonging to us (this includes kitchen or bathroom fittings);

  • structural alterations such as removing walls or partitioning;

  • installing burglar-proofing equipment, such as steel doors, grill doors or window bars;

  • installing any permanent wall finishings, such as coverings that are glued or nailed to the walls (for example, ceramic wall tiles);

  • installing any permanent floor finishings, such as coverings that are glued or nailed to the floor (for example, laminated or wood flooring and ceramic floor tiles); and

  • putting up any structure on the areas outside your property, such as putting up sheds or fences or putting up a satellite dish.

33c Before laying a hard floor such as wood, laminate or ceramic

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