Issue 71 Summer 2016

Kia ora Today we've published the Summer edition of our newsletter, Fineprint - a PDF is attached for your reading interest and enjoyment. Inside are these articles: - Do all your Employees have Employment Agreements? And do they comply? - Letting your Holiday House: Make sure you know the rules - Why is there...

Fineprint

- Protecting the elderly: Using an enduring power of attorney - Easements: You want to do what on my land? - Ni Hao: Doing business with Chinese investors - Drinking and driving - don't do it - Postscript: Proposed business tax changes - Smoke alarms and insulation are now required for rental properties -...

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Legal Health Check for Business: Getting your Personal Affairs in Order: Teenagers and Alcohol: Ensuring Sufficient Feed for Stock When Buying a Farm

Fineprint Winter 2015

- Developing an Intellectual Property Strategy: An integral part of your business strategy - Rural Fires - who is liable? - Ending Marriages of Short Duration: "I give this marriage a year" - 'Reading of the Will': Busting some of the myths regarding Wills - Postscript: Select Committee's recommendations on Health and Safety Reform...

Fineprint Issue 66 Autumn 2015

Tips for every small and medium enterprise

The Health and Safety Reform Bill

The Health and Safety Reform Bill heralds the greatest change to health and safety law in over two decades.  With the election over, we await the Select Committee Report (due any day) and the continuing passage of the Bill. If you’re in business, this article gives you a snapshot of...

Satisfying Conditions in Agreement for Sale and Purchase

The Kiwi ‘Yeah… nah… she’ll be right’ attitude might endear New Zealanders to the world, but the recent High Court case of Kerr v Lee made it clear that such an approach is not enough to satisfy conditions under an Agreement for Sale and Purchase. This article outlines the impact on...

Major Revamp of Consumer Law. Issue 63

In December last year the Consumer Law Reform Bill passed into law. The legislation incorporates the most significant developments into New Zealand consumer law in more than 20 years. This article looks at how businesses will need to comply with the changes.

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