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7th December 2018
The end of the year is near, Christmas is on the horizon, and work is ramping up to the final push before the holidays begin, which is often a peak...
What effect do easements have when buying land?
20th November 2018
When considering buying property, you may hear the term ‘easement’. An easement is a legal instrument that gives someone rights to use another person...
Buying to build – tips to get it right
5th November 2018
If you’re thinking of building from scratch, either with a house and land package or you’re buying a section, it pays to research and conduct due...
Who is responsible if your goods are damaged during freight?
23rd October 2018
Are you moving out of town or sending goods anytime soon? If the answer to this question is yes, you may want some insight as to what happens if your...
Receiverships: Who, What and Why?
8th October 2018
The recent enforced receivership of national construction firm Ebert Construction has thrust receiverships back into the spotlight. With some 95...
Fiordland Tourism Awards
20th September 2018
On Friday presentation of the Fiordland Tourism Awards was held at the Te Anau club. This was the 41st Year the awards have been given...
Overseas Investment Act
13th September 2018
In late 2017 the Overseas Investment Amendment Bill was introduced to restrict the purchase of residential land in New Zealand by overseas persons....
When is a full and final record of settlement not full and final?
9th July 2018
Many people assume when they have entered into a binding record of settlement to resolve an employment relationship problem, that will be an end of...
9th July 2018
New Zealand has passed a law called the Anti-Money Laundering and Countering Financing of Terrorism Act 2009 (we will call it the AML/CFT law). The...
Help Your key migrant employees apply for residency
9th April 2018
A successful business has loyal and hard-working employees. In many industries, skilled workers can be difficult to find and hard to hold onto –...
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