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Good Fences make Good Neighbours – Boundary Disputes

Is your neighbour accessing your property to complete boundary work? Has your neighbour started construction work which will compromise your property, or it’s value, access or enjoyment?  If you are worried about a neighbours construction work or think it may affect the title boundary, then both parties should attempt to consult before work progresses. Without good consultation boundary […]

Leaky building law: Council responsiblity for third party certifiers welcomed

Queen City Lawyer Marcus Beveridge has been quoted in the NBR on a recent court decision allowing apartment owners to sue their local body for actions of third party certifiers.You can read the full article by Victoria Young on the NBR website |Read article.  Queen City Law offer a full suite of services for body corporates and owners […]

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Mortgagee Sales

This week Queen City Law dispute specialist Ross Dillon looks at Mortgagee Sales. To read this white paper as a print friendly PDF click here. To read more articles by Ross click here. If you have more questions about a mortgage dispute or mortgagee sale don’t hesitate to contact us. As at November 2013, it […]

Title Review Sections – Easements

Many people reviewing their property title or exploring potential properties to buy will come across easements. Easements can dramatically affect the value of your property, and may signal dangers to your interests. This week QCL property lawyer John Jon discusses Title Review Sections – Easements. To read more about John Jon click here. To download […]

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 […]

Leaky Building Purchasers

Queen City Law have published a new article to the Law Library by Ross Dillon This time dispute resolution specialist Ross Dillon has explored a very unfortunate case for Auckland property buyers. Buying houses in New Zealand can harbour unseen dangers as a decade of leaky building claims has shown. Nationally the cost of leaky […]