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Legal Warrant of Fitness – Are you roadworthy?

Is your legal status clear and current? Do you have outstanding legal liabilities or outstanding legal risks?  Use the Queen City Law Warrant of Fitness to find out if you need to address any legal issues this year. Many people won’t organise their affairs correctly until things go wrong or circumstances change suddenly. Be prepared […]

What potential new Earthquake “Code Compliance” means to Building Owners

Are you a building owner worried about earthquake compliance? Ross Dillon has updated our property law library with a new article on the legal issues surrounding the ongoing questions about earthquake prone buildings. To read the full article as a pdf please click here. To read more about Ross Dillon click here. Queen City Law […]

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How does my body corporate deal with insurance?

Queen City Law property and commercial lawyer Jan Chen has written a new guideline for Insurance and the Body Corporate. To read the full article click here. To read more about Jan click here. Guidelines for Insurance and the Body Corporate. Pursuant to Section 135 of the Unit Titles Act 2010 (“UTA”), a body corporate […]

FYI: Caution needed when attempting to assign insurance rights

We received the following notice from the Property Law Section/ NZ Law Society: 16 July 2012 As you know, the section wrote to Vero, IAG and Southern Response last week, to clarify the insurers’ approach to the assignment of claim entitlements in a property sale.  We are aware of an emerging practice where some insurers […]

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