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Duncan Cotterill
The placement of election hoardings is regulated on a local level, and may also be impacted by the terms of the lease.
Chapman Tripp
Workforce policy has always been a key area of difference between Labour and National and is again during this campaign.
Chapman Tripp
In many cases, the distance between the NZ political parties is not great in terms of immediate infrastructure policy.
Chapman Tripp
This article looks at factors that could be top of mind when the coalition negotiating teams meet behind closed doors.
Chapman Tripp
Continued growth in the Maori economy will see more active participation of iwi groups in the NZ domestic M&A market.
Duncan Cotterill
Earlier this month, Parliament passed the Education (Update) Amendment Bill.
Chapman Tripp
Given the scope of the opportunities on offer, and the temptations of an oncoming election, this is a subdued budget.
Wynn Williams Lawyers
There has been strong public support for the introduction of more stringent anti-money laundering rules in New Zealand.
Chapman Tripp
Legislation to extend the Anti-Money Laundering and Countering the Financing of Terrorism regime has been introduced.
Duncan Cotterill
New class exemptions to the Overseas Investment Act 2005 have been introduced and came into force on 1 February 2017.
Buddle Findlay
This Court of Appeal decision should be welcomed by all NZ public sector agencies conducting procurements.
Chapman Tripp
In 2017, the FMA's particular focus will be on AML/CFT documentation, and the level of management and board oversight.
Chapman Tripp
The scope of the consultation paper on the Phase Two implementation of the AML regime indicates possible broad changes.
Cavell Leitch
Phase 2 of the legislation extends to cover other professions such as lawyers, accountants and real estate agents.
Chapman Tripp
Public input has been invited on the Fire and Emergency New Zealand Bill.
Wynn Williams Lawyers
The reforms aim to improve the service delivery and infrastructure provision arrangements at the local government level.
Chapman Tripp
The Social Housing Reform (Transaction Mandate) Act is another brick in the wall of the state housing reform programme.
Cavell Leitch
This new Bill forms part of the "all of Government" response programme to prevent calculated, serious crimes for profit.
Chapman Tripp
There were a number of "increasing risks and vulnerabilities" to be addressed if the Act was to achieve its purpose.
Chapman Tripp
The Court guidance was useful to the Trade Minister when reconsidering his decision to refuse a request under the OIA.
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Chapman Tripp
Workforce policy has always been a key area of difference between Labour and National and is again during this campaign.
Duncan Cotterill
The placement of election hoardings is regulated on a local level, and may also be impacted by the terms of the lease.
Chapman Tripp
In many cases, the distance between the NZ political parties is not great in terms of immediate infrastructure policy.
Duncan Cotterill
New class exemptions to the Overseas Investment Act 2005 have been introduced and came into force on 1 February 2017.
Chapman Tripp
This article looks at factors that could be top of mind when the coalition negotiating teams meet behind closed doors.
Duncan Cotterill
Earlier this month, Parliament passed the Education (Update) Amendment Bill.
Chapman Tripp
Given the scope of the opportunities on offer, and the temptations of an oncoming election, this is a subdued budget.
Chapman Tripp
Continued growth in the Maori economy will see more active participation of iwi groups in the NZ domestic M&A market.
Buddle Findlay
This Court of Appeal decision should be welcomed by all NZ public sector agencies conducting procurements.
Chapman Tripp
In 2017, the FMA's particular focus will be on AML/CFT documentation, and the level of management and board oversight.
Wynn Williams Lawyers
There has been strong public support for the introduction of more stringent anti-money laundering rules in New Zealand.
Chapman Tripp
There were a number of "increasing risks and vulnerabilities" to be addressed if the Act was to achieve its purpose.
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