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From 16 March 2017, EPAs in the old forms that are not fully executed will need to be re-done on the new forms.
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The Supreme Court confirmed its role in supervising trustee decisions to not disclose information to beneficiaries.
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This article in Law Talk looks at the admissibility of covert audio recordings as evidence in an employment dispute.
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These changes include a new target that 90 per cent of lakes and rivers meet swimmable water quality standards by 2040.
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This recent High Court decision reaffirmed the broad discretion and wide-ranging powers of local bodies to set rates.
Wynn Williams Lawyers
With a growing focus on energy and competitiveness, the Strategy identifies a need to improve NZ's energy productivity.
Chapman Tripp
The Regulatory Systems (Commercial Matters) Amendment Bill has now passed.
Duncan Cotterill
This new retention scheme is designed to safeguard retention money in the event of insolvency of the holding party.
Chapman Tripp
Under the New Zealand PPSA, GE's interest would not have been entirely lost but its priority could have been affected.
Wynn Williams Lawyers
The rule of law in New Zealand involves honouring court orders to uphold and protect the administration of justice.
Wynn Williams Lawyers
NZ courts are reluctant to reopen a settlement agreement unless there has been deception, duress, or misleading conduct.
Wynn Williams Lawyers
It is becoming more and more common that dangerous play is not being tolerated and will be met with severe penalties.
Wynn Williams Lawyers
This article outlines when you may need to focus on training and development in the performance management of staff.
Wynn Williams Lawyers
Despite criticism from some members of the public, the Bill addresses oral health problems currently facing New Zealand.
Wynn Williams Lawyers
The clear words, and the purpose of the ACA, precluded the plaintiffs from bringing their claim for compensatory damage.
Wynn Williams Lawyers
The NESTF 2016 replaced NESTF 2008 and is another example of greater national direction on resource management matters.
Wynn Williams Lawyers
There has been strong public support for the introduction of more stringent anti-money laundering rules in New Zealand.
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Where work has been disrupted, operators may need guidance on how to continue employing those who rely on them for work.
Wynn Williams Lawyers
From a health and safety point of view, your obligation is to do whatever is reasonable to eliminate or minimise risk.
Wynn Williams Lawyers
Local authorities will need to ensure that their planning documents and processes meet the new reforms and requirements.
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The number of NZX Main Board issuers in 2016 is likely to continue to decline in 2017, often as a result of takeovers.
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New class exemptions to the Overseas Investment Act 2005 have been introduced and came into force on 1 February 2017.
Duncan Cotterill
The Act allows the parties to the construction contract to agree on express terms for payment of the construction work.
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From 16 March 2017, enduring powers of attorney (EPAs) must be on a new form to make them easier to make and understand.
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