Published 28th October 2015 by Nic Popham, Cruickshank Pryde
In our Winter edition (page 4) we noted the government’s proposed property taxation changes and ‘bright-line’ test.
Published 8th September 2015 by Richard Rodden, Lowndes Jordan
Canterbury’s red-zoned homeowners have recently received a boost following a Supreme Court decision[¹]. In Southern Response Earthquake Services Limited v Avonside Holdings Limited, Avonside’s property was damaged beyond economic repair...
Published 8th September 2015 by Hamish Davies, Corcoran French
Make sure you have a well thought-out policy
Published 12th August 2015 by Anna Worsley, Norris Ward McKinnon
Buying property? Look a little deeper …
Published 12th August 2015 by Catherine Jones, Wilkinson Rodgers Lawyers
Obligations of both landlords and tenants
Published 12th August 2015 by Odette Cottle, Norris Ward McKinnon
Taxing property gains: the proposed ‘bright line’ test
Published 11th August 2015 by Nic Popham, Cruickshank Pryde
Make sure you know what renovations need a building consent...
Published 14th July 2015 by Melanie Timms, Wain & Naysmith
Every year our fire service is kept busy battling blazes in rural areas which cause substantial damage to the landscape and cost hundreds of thousands of dollars to put out.
Published 14th July 2015 by Tanya Surrey, Mactodd
Whirlwind romances can be wonderful and dramatic things. We’ve all been taken by surprise at some stage in life by a friend announcing a wedding to someone they haven’t known...