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Wynn Williams Lawyers
A cooperative but cautious approach to your dealings with the NZ Transport Agency may often yield more positive results.
Chapman Tripp
This Act regulates space launches from New Zealand and by New Zealand nationals overseas, both of rockets and satellites.
Wynn Williams Lawyers
Concerns have been raised regarding violations of privacy and dangers that flying objects pose to people and property.
Clyde & Co
New Zealand (NZ) is a relatively small nation by traditional measures.
Duncan Cotterill
A wide range of changes are being considered for the civil aviation sector and airports.
Hesketh Henry
The decision is the first, and only NZ case on the relationship between Admiralty and the Insolvency (Cross-Border) Act.
Chapman Tripp
Lenders on certain aircraft and aircraft equipment now have the protection of a specialist international registry after legislation was passed last year to bring the Cape Town Convention and Protocol into effect in New Zealand. The convention, which also provides for remedies if a debtor defaults, is intended to reduce the risk to financiers and therefore to reduce the cost of aircraft funding.
DLA Piper Australia
This service is a fortnightly news update providing succinct commentary on topical issues, analysis of recent cases, updates on legislative changes as well as issues for the transport industry. Where cases from outside Australia and New Zealand are discussed, we aim to explain the differences in approach in our jurisdictions.
DLA Piper Australia
The strict liability/package limitation regime for domestic carriage in New Zealand limits liability to NZ$1,500 per ‘unit of goods’.
DLA Piper Australia
In Maritime New Zealand v Birchall [2009] NZCA 119, the Court broadened the definition of 'Master' when it determined that the First Mate temporarily in command of a vessel was responsible in the capacity of Master to report an accident.
DLA Piper Australia
The strict liability / package limitation regime for domestic carriage in New Zealand which limits liability to $1,500 per 'unit of goods' has come under question in a recent New Zealand Court of Appeal case.
DLA Piper Australia
Marine insurance policies can either specify an agreed value or specify that a value be determined when a claim is made.
Wynn Williams Lawyers
Grant Slevin, a solicitor with the Christchurch Lawlink firm of Wynn Williams & Co, discusses the High Court decision that forced the Minister of Conservation to reconsider his refusal of a permit for a marina development in Whangamata.
Minter Ellison Rudd Watts
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