Tenants in the commercial property market continue to wait for Covid-19 relief while government coalition partners Labour and New Zealand First duke out a deal.
New Zealand First leader Winston Peters says negotiations are still underway and an announcement will be made soon - if ministers can reach an agreement.
The proposal is that landlords and tenants would have to negotiate lower rents if tenants could prove their losses were related to Covid-19.
But Mr Peters says he won't play a part in breaking the sanctity of contracts.
He spoke to political reporter Jo Moir about whether tenants will get any relief.