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Occupants back after $10m leaky fix-up

 From an article by the NZ Herald By Anne Gibson 5:30 AMMonday Apr 2, 2012 Robyn Horsfall says the quality of work on the leaky Parnell apartments exceeded that allowed for in the settlement. Photo / Brett Phibbs About $10 million has been soaked up fixing a rotten Parnell townhouse block developed over an […]

The Surfing Lawyer – Marguerite Vujcich

Queen City Law are proud to sponsor one of NZ’s finest exponents of the surf The Surfing Lawyer – Marguerite Vujcich Surfing is her passion.   The mighty ocean fills me with energy and enthusiasm, with peace and love.  She is training hard at the moment as the New Zealand Surfing Circuit starts soon.  She now […]

Building better client relationships – QCL Boutique Law Firm of the Year Award 2009

Thomson Reuters Boutique Law Firm of the Year Award Winner: Queen City Law Haydn Davies, Country Manager, Thomson Reuters and Marcus Beveridge, Principal, Queen City Law Building better client relationships Download as pdf hereQCL Law Awards 2009 ( Boutique ) NZ Lawyer Article By Craig Sisterson As a service industry, the legal profession is all […]

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Leaky Building Info Sheet

Download full pdf here QCL Leaky Building – options infosheet Leaky Buildings – Options You own a building and find it is “leaky”. What are your options? That may depend on whether you have a freehold title, or are part of a Unit Title Body Corporate. In the later case, you need to decide corporately […]

QCL INFO Sheet on Unit Titles

BASIC DISCLOSURE REQUIREMENTS UNDER THE UNIT TITLES ACT 2010 THE ACT The Unit Titles Act 2010 (“the Act”) came into force on 20 June 2011. The Act is accompanied by the Unit Titles Regulations 2011. Some provisions will continue to apply for a transitional period while the Unit Titles Act 1972 is repealed from 20 […]

Elliot Tower Design Featured in Trends Magazine

Download PDF here: Elliott Tower Design Trends Magazine(1) Elliott tower       Auckland’s skyline is about to grow higher with the granting of consent for the 67-storey Elliott Tower. A rigorous international tender, called by Marcus Beveridge of Queen City Law on behalf of developer Dae Ju Development Company, resulted in the design from […]

Raymond Huo Profiled by China Daily.

  Culture ambassador   By Karl Wilson February 3, 2012 – 11:16am 1 of 2 (Wang Xiaoying / China Daily) Recognizing that culture is the DNA of enterprise and goodwill, Raymond Huo, New Zealand Labor Party’s Member of Parliament, wants to build bridges. Not steel structures that span rivers but social ties that bridge […]

Queenstown 2011 – Summer Holidays

Its been a wonderful summer connecting with people friends and places. The South Island has always been a special place for my family and my heart goes out to those of you affected by the Christchurch earthquake sequence. As my son and I found out its got some very exciting daytrips and wonderful cuisine and […]