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By Tracey Wills
A recent Australian court case tested the application of the unfair contract terms regime to small business contracts.
By Chantal Morkel
Buying a unit in a retirement village is different to buying your own home, so there are a number of factors to consider.
By James Leggat
New NZ government has quite expressed an intention to implement tighter restrictions on overseas buyers. .
By Rebecca Collins
The law recognises the importance of wills by imposing very strict requirements on how the documents are to be signed.
By Emily Nind
The Law Commission completed a report on provisions to modernise the 1952 Act and the updated Act has received assent.
By Mike Gibbs
Councils will require all details of the development before assessing whether there is a "permitted boundary activity".
By Emma Turner
This article touches briefly on some of the key legal commercial considerations an event organiser needs to consider.
By Christopher Newman
It is perhaps time for sporting codes to make available sufficient resources for a more centralised disciplinary forum.
By Anna Worrill
The partner who purchased the ring is able to apply to the court for its return, or compensation for its value.
By Jeroen Vink, Stephen Brent
Difficult requirements and significant FMCA penalties can discourage organisations from planning a public capital raise.
By Mike Parker
This Act has combined about 40 urban and rural fire fighting services into one comprehensive national emergency service.
By Sam Cowan
The Trans-Tasman Proceedings Act 2010 is meant to simplify the process and reduce costs for resolving these disputes.
By Nicola Tiffen
The changes will make it difficult for "low skilled" employees to stay in NZ after three years or bring their families.
By Lauren Jerard
Regenerate Christchurch has developed a draft concept plan and a regeneration strategy for the central city area.
By Jack Brown
In some situations, workers are genuine volunteers, but in many, the worker is actually performing work as an employee.
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