Published 7th August 2017 by Scott Chamberlain, RMY Legal
An agreement to lease is an agreement between a landlord and tenant of commercial property. It gives the parties an opportunity to record their leasing arrangements before they are formalised...
Published 7th August 2017 by Isabella Carrick, Cruickshank Pryde
Renting out residential property is a great way to make some extra money, pay your mortgage off faster and build an investment nest egg.
Published 7th August 2017 by Bronwyn Lane, Knapps Lawyers
If you’re buying a house, you will of course need insurance cover for your new property, and your lender will require it.
Published 21st July 2017 by Hannah Wood, Cullinane Steele Limited
Whether you’re 18 or 80 having an Enduring Power of Attorney (EPA) is as vital as a will
Published 21st July 2017 by Richard Hearn, Corcoran French
If you operate a business that uses standard form contracts, you should update those to take account of the new legislation
Published 21st July 2017 by Adam Simperingham, Woodward Chrisp Lawyers
The use of drones is no longer limited to government agencies, technical gurus or the super wealthy
Published 21st July 2017 by Leandra Fitzgibbon, Argyle Welsh Finnigan
It’s every Kiwi’s dream to own their own quarter-acre share of paradise
Published 29th May 2017 by Andrew Wallace, Lowndes Jordan
A great deal of Inland Revenue’s recent work on employee share schemes has culminated in the recently-introduced Taxation (Annual Rates for 2017–18, Employment and Investment Income, and Remedial Matters) Bill.