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KiwiSaver Plays an Important Role for First Home Buyers

Filed under: Conveyancing

KiwiSaver is becoming an increasingly popular tool for first home buyers. If you are looking to buy your first home, you might have considered withdrawing...

A Longer Bright-Line Test

Filed under: Conveyancing, Residential Tenancies, Land Law

The bright-line test is a tool implemented in 2015, which essentially taxes gains made on residential property sold within a certain timeframe (subject...

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.

A claim for claims sake – Unit Title Disputes

Filed under: Conveyancing, Land Law

Guidance on deciding whether or not to take a Unit Titles dispute to court. Is there any benefit for either party? Or is it a moot point?

Purchasing your first home

Filed under: Conveyancing, Land Law

Why engaging a lawyer makes the process of purchasing a new home easier, and less stressful.

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.

Buying Real Estate at Auction - What to look for

Filed under: Conveyancing, Land Law

Auction is becoming a more common method of buying and selling property. But auction sales are different from other sales and the legal protection that...

Buying Real Estate off Plans? What to look for!

Filed under: Conveyancing, Land Law

Buying off plans can lead one into traps that are not readily evident at the time. Here's 5 matters would-be buyers need to consider.

Selling a Unit in a Small Body Corporate

Filed under: Conveyancing, Land Law

How to sell a unit in a small body corporate: complying with the Unit Titles Act 2010 ("UTA") and providing disclosure statements to the purchaser.

Changes to NZ Land Titles Registration

Filed under: Conveyancing, Building & Construction

Why we ask for your photo ID as part of a property transaction.

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