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Chapman Tripp
Tax is a top issue this campaign, featuring strongly in the leadership debates, and is a major point of difference.
Wynn Williams Lawyers
This Law Commission Report recommends a number of sweeping reforms to the current law of contempt in New Zealand.
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
There are deviations in policy relating to New Zealand's participation in the TPP11 – the Trans-Pacific Partnership.
Chapman Tripp
There will be more traction under climate change policy and a further rewriting of environment and planning law.
Wynn Williams Lawyers
The Labour Inspectorate is cracking down on NZ workplaces to ensure that minimum employment standards are being met.
Chapman Tripp
The governance code comparison table has been updated to reflect the recent rewrite of the NZX Corporate Governance Code.
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 amendments will be of interest to all civil litigation lawyers and parties involved in disputes before these Courts.
Duncan Cotterill
All insurance policy documents should be reviewed and updated by 1 September 2017 to comply with the CCLA. with the CCLA.
Chapman Tripp
In many cases, the distance between the NZ political parties is not great in terms of immediate infrastructure policy.
Cavell Leitch
The Trans-Tasman Proceedings Act 2010 is meant to simplify the process and reduce costs for resolving these disputes.
Chapman Tripp
New measures could be included in a BEPS taxation bill to be introduced in late 2017, for enactment by July 2018.
Duncan Cotterill
Interested people have been awaiting this first decision, to see the effect of the increased penalties on actual fines.
Chapman Tripp
The outcome of the case has been keenly awaited because it was the first successful prosecution under the new Act.
Cavell Leitch
The changes will make it difficult for "low skilled" employees to stay in NZ after three years or bring their families.
Cavell Leitch
Regenerate Christchurch has developed a draft concept plan and a regeneration strategy for the central city area.
Chapman Tripp
This article looks at factors that could be top of mind when the coalition negotiating teams meet behind closed doors.
Chapman Tripp
The Productivity Commission has taken the gloves off in its issues paper on making the shift to a low emissions economy.
Duncan Cotterill
The Bill gives the Tribunal full jurisdiction over premises occupied or intended to be occupied for residential purposes.
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Chapman Tripp
The ability of a company to pay its due debts is to be assessed objectively, taking a "practical business perspective".
Wynn Williams Lawyers
This article considers what is required of landlords under the Health and Safety at Work Act 2015.
Cavell Leitch
Immigration New Zealand is introducing remuneration bands for work visas, which will affect how long applicants can stay.
Duncan Cotterill
A direct agreement empowers the financier to step in and complete the construction project if the developer defaults.
Chapman Tripp
The outcome of the case has been keenly awaited because it was the first successful prosecution under the new Act.
Duncan Cotterill
Interested people have been awaiting this first decision, to see the effect of the increased penalties on actual fines.
Chapman Tripp
Trust law is hard to get right because of the need for flexibility.
Cavell Leitch
Property owners could be out of time to bring court proceedings if their claims are not issued before 4 September 2017.
Chapman Tripp
The new earthquake-prone building regime carries potentially serious health and safety implications.
Duncan Cotterill
The Act comes into force on 1 September 2017, with an increasing shift towards user-friendly and modernised legislation.
Cavell Leitch
The changes will make it difficult for "low skilled" employees to stay in NZ after three years or bring their families.
Chapman Tripp
On 1 July 2017, a new system for identifying and managing earthquake-prone buildings in New Zealand, came into force.
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