Tina Hwang and Max Shin of Queen City Law were invited to present a paper on “Emerging modern building concepts and off-site construction” at the Building and Construction Regulation and Law Conference 2019 organised by Conferenz.
Marcus Beveridge Queen City Law principal was recently quoted in a NZ Herald article on the building bonanza tipped for Auckland. To find out more about Marcus click here. To read more articles by Marcus click here. To read the full article “Building bonanza tipped for Auckland” By Anne Gibson on the NZ Herald site […]
Smart Tips for Buying and Selling Property and also critique of leaky building issues Recently Tina Hwang appeared on TV9’s Finance Weekly with Brenda Lee to discuss leaky houses and buildings which are an ongoing problem for the New Zealand property market. Tina Hwang discusses some of the issues relating to leaky buildings and shares […]
Queen City Law are proud to represent a variety of dynamic Central Auckland property developments and construction projects. We have over fifteen years experience in navigating construction and development from drafting board to sale. Queen City Law are well placed to assist you. We are committed to excellent service for our clients and are focused on […]
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 […]
This Guide has been prepared jointly between the Property Law Section of the New Zealand Law Society and the Real Estate Institute of New Zealand to assist lawyers and real estate licensees in addressing some of the practical difficulties that may arise from the Real Estate Agents Disciplinary Tribunal’s decision in LB and QB v […]
To view the PDF presentation by Marcus Beveridge and Tina Hwang click here To view the PPT presentation click here.
Article from stuff.co.nz CATHERINE HARRIS Last updated 05:00 15/07/2012 People are still buying leaky homes because the hot Auckland property market is encouraging them to forgo due diligence, according to property experts. John Gray, president of the Home Owners and Buyers Association (Hobanz), said some agents were encouraging people to buy unconditionally to secure their […]