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By Stephanie Woods
Article discusses key changes being considered after MBIE review of insurance contract law.
By Anthony Drake
Article discusses the legal obligations imposed around probationary periods.
By Anthony Drake
A probationary period enables an employer to assess the suitability of an employee in skills, diligence and personality.
By Bethany Entwistle
Article provides key questions for companies to address in their Privacy Policies in order to comply with new laws.
By Tom Corkill
Understand the full range of capital raising options available and choose the option which optimises cash and value.
By Angela Brown
A cross lease title was one of the two most common ways to subdivide, and contains rights of ownership and rights of use.
By Amanda Douglas
Employers should put in place policies about these issues, so employees know about processes for this new entitlement.
By Jordan Halligan
The High Court sent a strong message to directors against the dangers of companies continuing to trade whilst insolvent.
By Paula Welsh
This type of clause enables a vendor to give notice to a purchaser that the vendor has entered into another agreement.
By Sophie Meares
This is a calendar to signal reviews, consultations and legislative changes to employment law in New Zealand in 2019.
By Laura Wood
Most overseas people are unable to buy residential property in New Zealand, but some can request consent from the OIO.
By Mike Doesburg
2018 has produced and foreshadowed a number of important changes in the resource management and environmental space.
By Michelle Mehlhopt, Alyssa Langford
This article examines two common issues of concern with Airbnb rentals: local council rates and district plan compliance.
By Amanda Douglas, Jack Stringer
The changes will have significance for all employers, so they should review employment agreements to ensure compliance.
By Bethany Entwistle
Privacy breaches must now be reported as soon as possible to the NZ Privacy Commissioner and to any affected individuals.
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