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Wynn Williams Lawyers
There is a trend among plaintiffs to bring proceedings against building inspectors personally in defective building cases.
Cavell Leitch
Courts are an essential service, which will continue in a limited capacity to ensure priority proceedings are dealt with.
Cavell Leitch
Family Court guidelines have provided for applications to be filed without having to physically see your solicitor.
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
Discussion about alternative ways to resolve disputes during the COVID-19 pandemic, whilst courts stand still.
Wynn Williams Lawyers
As the pandemic develops, remember 'business-as-usual' aspects of litigation, that could cause big problems if ignored.
Duncan Cotterill
The proposed law, expected to be fully operational on 1 July 2020, establishes a mandatory farm debt mediation scheme.
Duncan Cotterill
The starting point to define a riverbed is the area covered by water when the river is full without overtopping its banks.
Wynn Williams Lawyers
The question of whether private school decisions are amenable to judicial review has yet to be answered in New Zealand.
Wynn Williams Lawyers
A cooperative but cautious approach to your dealings with the NZ Transport Agency may often yield more positive results.
Cavell Leitch
Doubling the jurisdiction of the Disputes Tribunal makes it a more viable and attractive option to resolve many disputes.
Duncan Cotterill
Claimants alleged that JH building products were defective, not watertight, and did not comply with building standards.
Duncan Cotterill
This judgment is important for anyone considering whether a claim should be brought against an insurer or a broker.
Davies Collison Cave
With the introduction of the New Zealand Patents Act 2013, New Zealand Examiners adopted a strict approach to the assessment of amendments ...
Wynn Williams Lawyers
A contractual clause that attempts to prevent one party from exercising rights under the FPA is void and unenforceable.
Wynn Williams Lawyers
Employers need to consult with employees and obtain their consent before introducing the collection of biometric data.
Cavell Leitch
The start of a new calendar year is as good of a time as any to undertake a debt recovery health check for your business.
Wynn Williams Lawyers
The case appears to entrench the courts' expansion of a duty of care owed by councils to all forms of building owners.
Duncan Cotterill
The Health and Safety at Work Act 2015 has significantly reformed prosecutions in New Zealand's health and safety regime.
Wynn Williams Lawyers
The Law Commission wants to know what you think about the Property (Relationships) Act and whether reform is needed.
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