Tag Archives: property law

Buying off the plans

Queen City Law are highly experienced representing clients who buy off the plans and we help purchasers gain complete understanding of the legal implications of the property whenever possible. We advise you to talk to independent valuers and real estate agents, and check recent sales in the area. This is particularly important if you are […]

Effective resolution of leaky units – leaky building issues.

Just a reminder that our Leaky Building Partnership PDF has been uploaded to the Residential Property Law Library. To read the complete PDF click here. We are pleased to announce Queen City Law and N-Compass Project Managers, two of the best in their respective fields, have joined forces to provide a cohesive partnership for leaky […]

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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 […]

Providing a cohesive partnership for leaky building resolution and re-building

Queen City Law and N-Compass Project Managers, two of the best in their respective fields, have joined forces to provide a cohesive partnership for leaky building resolution and re-building. It is a $15 Billion dollar problem that New Zealand has to work thorough, Property Owners, Developers and members of Body Corporate Committees can look to […]

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DBH releases market rent for 1 January 2012 – 30 June 2012

Market rent is described (in the Residential Tenancies Act) as what a willing landlord might reasonably expect to receive, and a willing tenant might reasonably expect to pay for the tenancy, in comparison with rent levels for similar properties in similar areas. Market rent is a useful guide when you are deciding what the rent […]

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Residential Construction Agreements- things to watch out for!

Residential Construction has often thrown up difficult problems in NZ property law. Contracts and Agreements are widely used and tested in court making most problems expensive, stressful, and slow to resolve. This week Tina Hwang, Queen City Law Construction lawyer, examines some of the upcoming changes that will be brought to bear by The Building […]

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Subdivision Process and Unit Title Process – whats involved

Queen City Law have uploaded two new documents to the Construction and Residential Property Library. If you are considering subdividing your property then the process below will give you an idea of what is involved and role of the surveyor. The second document explores the process of Unit titles and what is involved in the […]

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Home Buyers Guide

A few months ago Marcus Beveridge, Queen City Law principal, authored a brief guide to buying a home in Auckland. The guide was based on over a decade of conveyancing work in the Auckland property market. Queen City Law has often had to represent clients who have had property deals go sour, or property deals […]

June 2013 – EBAS Enterprises Ltd & EBAS Holdings Ltd

“As property investors & home owners, we do a number of property transactions every year. We use Queen City Law for all our property transactions, both Business & personal. John Jon & the team at Queen City Law have been extremely professional, efficient & effective in handling all of our affairs. I would have no […]