In the latest issue of Builders & Contractors magazine, QCL Associate Tina Hwang discusses ‘What information should you request from your builder?’ You can read the PDF of the article here.
The team at QCL wish you all Safe & Happy Holidays and a Prosperous New Year! Our offices are closed from midday Friday December 22nd 2017 through till Monday January 15th 2018.
Several Queen City Law lawyers including Principal Marcus Beveridge, Associate Bradley John So, Consultant Jack Cheng and Solicitor Shi Sheng Cai (Shoosh) were invited to present at the Legalwise Immigration Law Intensive: Key changes seminar. The seminar was a great success. Marcus Beveridge the past chairman of NZAMI and immediate convenor of the New Zealand […]
QCL Principal Marcus Beveridge and Associate Tina Hwang recently wrote an article for Builders & Contractors Magazine on the Importance of Employment and Immigration Compliance. The Employment Relations Act 2000 and the Immigration Act 2009 provides requirements for both construction operators and its workers. The article briefly examines the obligations that one must be aware […]
Marcus & the team here at QCL wish you a safe & happy holiday season as well as a prosperous new year! Our offices will be closed from midday Friday December 23rd 2016 and will re-open Wednesday January 11th 2016. Thank you to all for great 2016, we look forward to working with you in […]
“The tree which moves some to tears of joy is in the eyes of others only a green thing that stands in the way. Some see nature all ridicule and deformity…and some scarce see nature at all. But to the eyes of the man of imagination, nature is imagination itself.” – William Blake It is […]
As most people will be aware there have been some major tectonic movements felt around the country in the last few weeks. This has caused further movement in both banks and insurance providers to review their requirements for providing insurance and loans for purchasers looking to buy in certain regions of the country. ANZ Bank […]
Many young adults come to New Zealand for our world class education system and work experience. Immigration New Zealand gives most international students an opportunity to put their qualifications into practice. Most graduates will be eligible for the post-study open work visa and then the post-study employer assisted work visa. Post-Study Open Work Visa Generally, […]
Were you fired from your job in an unfair manner? In New Zealand, all employees are given the right to pursue a personal grievance claim under the Employment Relations Act 2000 (“the Act”) if they have any of the following issues: • Unjustifiable dismissal (where you were fired unfairly) • unjustifiable action which disadvantages the […]
QCL Senior Solicitor Tina Hwang was recently quoted in an article published by The NZ Herald in relation to getting in early and buying a new home or apartment off the plans. “The process of buying off the plans is different to an ordinary home purchase and buyers really need to understand the agreement they’re […]