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Time is running out to register your interest in an EQC (Earthquake Commission) ex gratia payment for repair costs.
Cavell Leitch
Many people are concerned about their house sales and purchases, confirmations and settlements, during COVID-19.
Cavell Leitch
In this article we answer several common questions as to how buying and selling properties works during Alert Level 3
Cavell Leitch
There are new construction standards and protocols to ensure that the health and safety risks of Covid-19 are mitigated.
Wynn Williams Lawyers
The cases provide some clarity on when a tiny house is considered a vehicle and when it would be considered a structure.
Wynn Williams Lawyers
To survive the COVID-19 lockdown, landlords and tenants need to understand their respective obligations under the lease.
Wynn Williams Lawyers
Construction projects rely on a healthy labour force and on materials and components often produced in another country.
Cavell Leitch
Most modern subdivisions include land covenants, which are rules that the landowner must abide by when owning the land.
Cavell Leitch
Be sure you know all there is to know before you decide to buy and look after a rural lifestyle piece of property.
Cavell Leitch
If the parties sign a deed of lease document, there shouldn't be any ambiguity as to how the lease will work day-to-day.
Cavell Leitch
Vendors should thoroughly understand the EQC/insurance claims history of an earthquake-damaged property prior to sale.
Duncan Cotterill
Brief explanation of the 3 year plan which aims to remedy some of the challenges in the construction sector.
Duncan Cotterill
The process of cancelling a lease is a step by step prescribed process with no quick fix, by either landlord or tenant.
Cavell Leitch
On 15 August 2019, the government has set aside $300 million for ‘on-sold over-cap payments' for earthquake repairs.
Wynn Williams Lawyers
These proposed changes aim to protect tenants from potential disadvantages under the current residential tenancy laws.
Duncan Cotterill
The proposed law, expected to be fully operational on 1 July 2020, establishes a mandatory farm debt mediation scheme.
Wynn Williams Lawyers
Farming has been around as long as humans have, and to survive, it has learnt to be one of the most agile professions.
Duncan Cotterill
A caveat lodged against the title prevents the registered owner from selling, mortgaging, or dealing with the property.
Duncan Cotterill
A building contract can vary depending on the builder, so it is important for it to be reviewed on a case by case basis.
Wynn Williams Lawyers
This note outlines recent decisions and sets out key takeaways that anyone involved in plan-making should bear in mind.
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