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By Jack Brown
In some situations, workers are genuine volunteers, but in many, the worker is actually performing work as an employee.
By Tracey Wills
Before money is deposited, law firms must ask for information to confirm whether the client is a non-NZ tax resident.
By Nicola Tiffen
Immigration New Zealand is introducing remuneration bands for work visas, which will affect how long applicants can stay.
By Kirsten McMullen
The NZ District Court, High Court, Court of Appeal and Supreme Court are all governed by new Acts from 1 March 2017.
By Susan Dwight
Property owners could be out of time to bring court proceedings if their claims are not issued before 4 September 2017.
By Lana McCarroll
FATCA and CRS/GATCA have been incorporated into New Zealand law in recent changes.
By Tim Stevens
There is an element of unavoidable risk in purchasing a property yet to be completed.
By Emily Nind
Often the hardest part of buying off the plan is the conflicting interests of all the parties.
By Christopher Newman
The benefit of whatever expense or cost the employee is claiming must flow both ways, or it may be considered a premium.
By Emma Turner
You should be prepared for potential delays if you are planning to sell New Zealand property to an off-shore person.
By Christopher Newman
As technology trends ahead of legislative change, the law may not be able to keep up in protecting employee rights.
By David Fitchett
You may not need a deed of lease if you've already signed an unconditional agreement to lease, but it provides certainty.
By Mike Parker
The commercial property borrowing environment has not got any easier, but it is still possible to obtain finance.
By Mike Parker
The Act creates new classes of duty holder - PCBUs - with new obligations and increased penalties for non-compliance.
By Nicola Tiffen
It will be more difficult for people who are doing skilled work, but in lower paid industries, to qualify for residence.
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