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8 Feb 2019
Lime Scooters – whether they are inherently dangerous or fun and convenient is an issue which seems to be dividing the nation.
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21 Jan 2019
In New Zealand, it is common to have a house with a shared driveway. But what are your obligations if the driveway is damaged and how will your insurance cover respond?
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21 Dec 2018
Will your employment agreements cut the mustard in 2019? Quick guide to the key changes you need to know.
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19 Oct 2018
Are you a Shareholder in a Company? Have you ever wondered what would happen to your shares if you suffer from a critical event? Alternatively, have you thought about how you would fund the purchase of another shareholder’s shares if they suffer from a critical event?
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30 Aug 2018
The Overseas Investment Amendment Bill has been passed into law by the New Zealand Government. The new law comes into effect on 22 October 2018, and restricts certain overseas people from buying residential land in New Zealand from that date.
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14 Aug 2018
As a result of Mycoplasma Bovis, the 2018 dairy calving/mating season has been an unsettling time. This has caused many farmers and sharemilkers to be uncertain about how to protect their farms and livelihood.
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11 Jul 2018
The Bright-Line Test, introduced into New Zealand’s tax legislation in October 2015, has been described by a number of commentators as a quasi-Capital Gains Tax on land. The rules were intended to slow speculation by investors and take some heat out of the property market.
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10 Jul 2018
Since October 2015 the Bright-Line Test has imposed a new tax on gains made from the sale of residential property. Before you sell your property, particularly an investment property, you should consider the tax consequences of selling.
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