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Home owners say their leaky home recently sold for $350,000 below market value because of problems with the plaster cladding, now the subject of an estimated $250 million class action against James Hardie.

A group of leaky building owners have been given the green light to take a class action lawsuit against cladding maker James Hardie.

The action, started by Wellington residents, claims James Hardie was negligent in its design, manufacture and supply of the Harditex and Titanboard cladding systems. Thousands of properties were built using Harditex and or Titanboard through the 1990s and early 2000s.

New Zealand's largest leaky building litigation, with a claim of $40 million, has opened in Auckland.

Justice Susan Thomas is hearing the action brought by Victopia's Body Corporate 346799 in the High Court at Auckland against various parties including KNZ International, Auckland Council and contractors who worked on the building.

Education Minister Hekia Parata and Associate Education Minister Nikki Kaye have welcomed today’s Supreme Court decision about the Ministry of Education’s case against Carter Holt Harvey over leaky school buildings.

Owners of an Auckland apartment complex have launched a $60 million claim against the council and others in New Zealand's biggest leaky building case by far.

The 280-unit St Lukes Garden complex opposite St Lukes Mall in Mt Albert has a litany of problems, from cracking façades to dangerously substandard foundations.

Many owners have already borrowed heavily to pay for repairs, and face five years of construction before the remediation work is complete.

A man with no building experience or qualifications who nevertheless built a house has been ordered to pay $750,000 to the Auckland home's new owners because it essentially requires a rebuild.

The passage of changes to the Weathertight Homes Resolution Services Act is about ensuring assistance is available for families affected by leaky homes who otherwise would have been unfairly excluded, Building and Housing Minister Dr Nick Smith says.

Auckland Council and James Hardie New Zealand argued in the Court of Appeal against a High Court ruling that apartment owners could join a leaky building lawsuit after the expiry of the 10-year limit on claims by piggybacking on claimants within the same complex who had met the deadline.

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