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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.
By Tracey Wills
Before money is deposited, law firms must ask for information to confirm whether the client is a non-NZ tax resident.
By Nicola Tiffen
Immigration New Zealand is introducing remuneration bands for work visas, which will affect how long applicants can stay.
By Kirsten McMullen
The NZ District Court, High Court, Court of Appeal and Supreme Court are all governed by new Acts from 1 March 2017.
By Susan Dwight
Property owners could be out of time to bring court proceedings if their claims are not issued before 4 September 2017.
By Lana McCarroll
FATCA and CRS/GATCA have been incorporated into New Zealand law in recent changes.
By Tim Stevens
There is an element of unavoidable risk in purchasing a property yet to be completed.
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