It turns out that in New Zealand, diplomats can get away with not paying rent:
In 2018, Eva Tvarozkova, deputy chief of mission for the European Union (EU) Delegation to New Zealand, skipped out on paying $14,314 in rent.
The Tenancy Tribunal originally ordered that the landlord, Matthew Ryan, was entitled to that money.
However, MFAT stepped in and advised the tribunal about the diplomatic immunity issue and asked for the rehearing.
MFAT said it had tried to get the EU to waive Tvarozkova's immunity, but lawyer Peter Cullen, acting for Tvarozkova and the European Delegation, confirmed it was not waived.
(MFAT is the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Trade)
Likewise, they can get away with leaving rubbish upon moving out.
Is that so in other jurisdictions too?