34 steal or damage your property. It is against the law for anyone to deliberately attempt to injure you or anyone in your family. Consumer rights New Zealand has laws to protect you from misleading advertising, faulty goods, poor workmanship, unfair trading and other problems you might meet as a consumer. Help is available from the Citizens Advice Bureau. Always keep receipts, quotations and estimates, copies of agreements and other such documents, since these can help if a dispute arises. Citizens Advice Bureau (CAB) The CAB provides free information, advice, support and advocacy. The service deals with subjects such as immigration, tenancy, flatting, health, social welfare, pathways to employment, employment relations, legal disputes, rights of individuals and family issues. They also have information on ethnic communities, and local and central government. Citizens Advice Bureau 1st floor, Auckland Central City Library 44-46 Lorne St, Auckland 1010 Phone: 0800 367 222 (0800 FOR CAB) CAB Language Connect CAB Language Connect is a specialised multi-lingual service providing interpretation in 23 different languages. You can contact CAB Language Connect by telephone or email, or visit them for a face-to- face meeting. Location: 521D Mt Albert Road, Three Kings, Auckland Phone: +64 9 624 2550 or 0800 78 88 77 Email: For important New Zealand laws, visit