Tag Archives: disputes

How can I save my dog?

Sometimes dogs bite people,  situations arise when even the best owners and best dogs get into troubles.  A strange set of circumstances, a confulence of misadventure or just a momentary lapse in judgement, can lead a dog owner to be dealing with the fallout from a attack or criminal prosecution. What can you do to […]

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Know Your Rights as an International Student Tuition Fee Refunds

This weeks blog is authored by QCL lawyer Tom Huang. Know Your Rights as an International Student when you are trying to get Tuition Fee Refunds. To read more articles by Tom click here. To download this article as a print and tablet friendly PDF click here. If you are worried you aren’t getting a fair […]

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Taxing Recoveries – successful litigation by Inland Revenue

This week consultant Ross Dillon looks at how a good run of successful litigation’s by the Department of Inland Revenue could have far-reaching effects. To find out more about Ross Dillon click here. If you are negotiating a tax debt with the Department of Inland Revenue get good legal advice for a successful settlement.  Ignoring […]

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"You're fired" – Do you have a personal grievance claim?

Dismissal We have all seen the Hollywood movies, the dramas and also heard of outrageous conduct “warranting” dismissal. However, does serious misconduct actually justify dismissal in New Zealand?  The short answer is “no.”  Hardly any serious misconduct will warrant immediate dismissal as the Employment Relations Act 2000 has taught us that due process and good […]

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Emails and Disputes involving Body Corporates

It is a very common occurrence for an issue to arise in a body corporate that can divide the tenents  and cause a dispute. The development of email has bought a new layer to misunderstanding to these disputes with Body Corporates. It is an instant form of communication and with email you now receive the […]

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 […]

Things You Need to Know About Tax Debts

“Things You Need to Know About Tax Debts” is the latest article by Auckland Lawyer Tom Huang uploaded to the Queen City Law Disputes Library . Tom is originally from mainland China but has lived in NZ for 15 years and is fluent in both English and Mandarin. Tom is an immigration expert and has expertise […]

Where there’s a Will, there’s a Relative – Deceased Estates

Life has two certainties, death and taxes.   Claims against estates are an inevitable consequence of the former, and that inevitability has lead over the years to a number of statutes that have clarified the rights to claim. In our latest post to the Law Library by Ross Dillon explores the some of the issues that […]

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Liquidation and Bad Debtors

Getting Paid – and “Unpaid” This week Queen City Law dispute resolution expert Ross Dillon discusses some aspects of getting paid by clients who have become bankrupt or getting paid by companies in liquidation. To read more about Ross click here. To download the complete article as a PDF click here. To explore other articles […]