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Insurers Play Hot Potato

Filed under: Insurance

Insurers play hot potato with the question of who the insurer at the time of the earthquake was. In the recent decision QBE v Allianz the Court of Appeal...

Do you have the next big App idea?

Filed under: Commercial Law, Information Technology

Our clients recently launched a brand-new travel app, showcasing their creativity and digital savvy. The co-founders were looking for a solution to support...

Do you have the next big App idea?

Filed under: Commercial Law, Information Technology

Our clients recently launched a brand-new travel app, showcasing their creativity and digital savvy. The co-founders were looking for a solution to support...

Lending Money to your Children

Filed under: Contract Law, Relationship Property

A young couple were searching for their first home. They were both in full-time employment so they could afford the fortnightly mortgage repayments, but...

Development Agreements for Producers – This Option or That?

Filed under: Contract Law, Entertainment

When producing a film or TV programme, it is important that the production company has the necessary rights to do so. This starts in the development stage...

2016 Kaikoura earthquake claims revisited

Filed under: Building & Construction, Insurance, Land Law

Issues for homeowners around the Insurance Council of New Zealand and EQC streamlining insurance claims

5 Things to Consider when Buying off the Plans – Units, Townhouses and Apartments

Filed under: Commercial Law, Conveyancing, Land Law

What to look out for when purchasing property from a developer straight off the plans.

Settlement of EQC Claims under the Earthquake Commission Act 1993

Filed under: Building & Construction, Insurance

Legal advice about preparing information for EQC and settling a claim

Information and earthquake claims

Filed under: Insurance

Lessons learned from the Canterbury earthquakes and how they impact on making claims following the 14 November 2016 earthquake.

Thinking of advancing money to your children to assist with a house purchase?

Filed under: Banking & Finance, Relationship Property, Conveyancing, Family Law, Land Law

How to legally safeguard your gift against what could happen if your child later separates or divorces.

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