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2 Apr 2020
If you have a sale or purchase transaction in progress and you are due to complete settlement in the next few weeks (or while New Zealand remains at Covid-19 Alert Level 4), please note the following:
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27 Mar 2020
Covid-19: The circumstances which we are facing are unprecedented and will have wide ranging ramifications.
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18 Mar 2020
There is a lot of advice and information available at the moment in regards to Covid-19. We have summarised what we consider to be the key issues employers need to think about in relation to managing staff illness, self-isolation and employment obligations:
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27 Jan 2020
The Trusts Act 2019 (Act) will come into force on 30 January 2021.The Act is a result of a comprehensive review of New Zealand trust law over the past ten years and replaces the Trustee Act 1956 and the Perpetuities Act 1964.
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11 Dec 2019
From 1 April 2019 residential properties have their losses ring fenced. This means the amount of residential rental property expenses which are deductible are limited to the current year of residential property income...
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21 Oct 2019
Often a commercial property is sold with an existing lease in place. It is incredibly important to review the terms of the lease to know what to expect.
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18 Oct 2019
Thinking of buying a property? There are several things that you can do, before you even start looking, which will save you unnecessary delays and costs;
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17 Sep 2019
Commercial property often attracts a more sophisticated buyer. But that doesn’t mean that every buyer is equipped with the necessary knowledge to complete their due diligence. In the first of a series of articles, Partner Nick Strettell outlines what to consider before you sign an Agreement for Sale & Purchase.
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