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The latest development in a longstanding argument regarding the validity of rates set by the Northland Regional Council.
Chapman Tripp
NZ budget has a "tick the boxes" approach which may do the job but without generating much political upside, or downside.
Chapman Tripp
This 2018-19 NZ budget is expected to be 'old school' Labour, with the big money going to health and education.
Chapman Tripp
Among taskforces, working groups and new regulations, the article identifies work streams most significant for business.
Wynn Williams Lawyers
Article discusses 2 new Bills in relation to local government including restoring the 4 aspects of well-being.
Duncan Cotterill
These changes in the SOP are primarily focussed on the acquisition by overseas persons of interests in forestry land.
Chapman Tripp
The proposed amendment will change NZBORA to specify that senior courts can make declarations of inconsistency.
Duncan Cotterill
The Bill will ensure that overseas persons will not be able to buy existing houses or other pieces of residential land.
Chapman Tripp
New guidelines for reporting entities under the Anti-Money Laundering and Countering Financing of Terrorism regime.
Chapman Tripp
The projections are tight, and will require a large amount of fiscal discipline and a benign economic climate to succeed.
Chapman Tripp
The rules for overseas investing into rural land and forest land have been tightened, and further changes are expected.
Duncan Cotterill
The Letter sets out Government's general policy approach and the importance to be placed on certain factors by the OIO.
Duncan Cotterill
The placement of election hoardings is regulated on a local level, and may also be impacted by the terms of the lease.
Chapman Tripp
Workforce policy has always been a key area of difference between Labour and National and is again during this campaign.
Chapman Tripp
In many cases, the distance between the NZ political parties is not great in terms of immediate infrastructure policy.
Chapman Tripp
This article looks at factors that could be top of mind when the coalition negotiating teams meet behind closed doors.
Chapman Tripp
Continued growth in the Maori economy will see more active participation of iwi groups in the NZ domestic M&A market.
Duncan Cotterill
Earlier this month, Parliament passed the Education (Update) Amendment Bill.
Chapman Tripp
Given the scope of the opportunities on offer, and the temptations of an oncoming election, this is a subdued budget.
Wynn Williams Lawyers
There has been strong public support for the introduction of more stringent anti-money laundering rules in New Zealand.
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Wynn Williams Lawyers
The latest development in a longstanding argument regarding the validity of rates set by the Northland Regional Council.
Duncan Cotterill
These changes in the SOP are primarily focussed on the acquisition by overseas persons of interests in forestry land.
Chapman Tripp
NZ budget has a "tick the boxes" approach which may do the job but without generating much political upside, or downside.
Chapman Tripp
This 2018-19 NZ budget is expected to be 'old school' Labour, with the big money going to health and education.
Chapman Tripp
The rules for overseas investing into rural land and forest land have been tightened, and further changes are expected.
Duncan Cotterill
The Bill will ensure that overseas persons will not be able to buy existing houses or other pieces of residential land.
Duncan Cotterill
The placement of election hoardings is regulated on a local level, and may also be impacted by the terms of the lease.
Chapman Tripp
Among taskforces, working groups and new regulations, the article identifies work streams most significant for business.
Chapman Tripp
The projections are tight, and will require a large amount of fiscal discipline and a benign economic climate to succeed.
Cavell Leitch
Phase 2 of the legislation extends to cover other professions such as lawyers, accountants and real estate agents.
Wynn Williams Lawyers
Article discusses 2 new Bills in relation to local government including restoring the 4 aspects of well-being.
Duncan Cotterill
New class exemptions to the Overseas Investment Act 2005 have been introduced and came into force on 1 February 2017.
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