Published 21st July 2017 by Hannah Wood, CS Law
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
The use of drones is no longer limited to government agencies, technical gurus or the super wealthy
Published 21st July 2017 by Argyle Welsh Finnigan
It’s every Kiwi’s dream to own their own quarter-acre share of paradise
Published 18th April 2017 by Bushra Rachid , Boyle Mathieson
If you have a claim of up to $15,000 – the Disputes Tribunal provides a simple, cost-effective way of dealing with civil disputes.
Published 18th April 2017 by Tanya Surrey, Mactodd
At last year’s Melbourne Cup, a young Kiwi woman had her photograph circulated around the globe after a journalist photographed her antics at the races.
Published 18th April 2017 by Karen Menlove, Sheddan Pritchard Law Ltd
The recent fires in the Port Hills above Christchurch are a timely reminder of the risks of fire to our communities. Every year the New Zealand Fire Service and National Rural Fire Authority battle fires all over New Zealand, which begs the question – Who pays for this?
Published 18th April 2017 by Sarah Round, Rennie Cox
If you live in one of New Zealand’s cities, it’s likely that you’ve noticed a multitude of brand-new apartments, terraces, and town houses popping up in your area.
Published 30th November 2016 by Richard Hearn, Corcoran French
And do they comply?