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By Michelle Mehlhopt, Alyssa Langford
This Bill repeals the collaborative planning process and replaces it with a specialised planning process for freshwater.
By Charlene Sell
Whether you run a small local business or a large multi-national organisation, your brand may be your most important asset.
By Jesse Aimer
This note outlines recent decisions and sets out key takeaways that anyone involved in plan-making should bear in mind.
By David Haigh
The reality is, the time to plan your estate and make a Will is now, because when you do need it, it will be too late.
By Anthony Drake, Chelsea Wiggill
Businesses with staff from a variety of backgrounds and experiences are more likely to make a greater contribution.
By Andrew Watkins
A prenup allows you to contract out of the Property (Relationships) Act and set your own rules for division of property.
By Kirstie Wyss, Lucy De Latour
Brief overview of key proposals & consultation timeframes in relation to the "Action for Healthy Waterways" discussion document.
By Sophie Carter
Interesting article about synthetic drugs and drug and alcohol policies.
By James Anson-Holland
The question of whether private school decisions are amenable to judicial review has yet to be answered in New Zealand.
By Anthony Drake
Managers or employees who perpetrate or tolerate harassment or bullying place the company at risk for damages and fines.
By Amanda Douglas
Article outlines changes to the Employment Relations Act 2000 that affect how employers should deal with rest and meal breaks.
By Emily Walton
If tenants damage property, they either pay the landlord's insurance excess or four weeks rent, whichever is the lesser.
By Michelle Mehlhopt
The Government considers more is required to ensure NZ cities are affordable, accessible and offer quality environments.
By Kirstie Wyss, Jesse Aimer
The Government proposed to protect highly productive land to ensure that it is maintained for future primary production.
By Jeremy Johnson
This video discusses three tips for how best to resolve a breach of contract.
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