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 […]
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Last night Campbell Live looks at a poor family who entered into a mortgagee sale and got into such a mess that they are not camping in an uninsulated caravan on their new dream home while the previous owners refuse to leave. Police refuse to help as they claim it is a civil matter. […]
Common Pitfalls of a Purchaser in Conveyancing Read the Agreement – Take your time to read through all the relevant sections and conditions. Seek legal advice BEFORE signing. Be careful of verbal agreements! GST – Check whether the price is “plus GST” or “inclusive of GST”. This may be relevant if the property has a […]
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 Some provisions will continue to apply for a transitional period while the Unit Titles Act 1972 is repealed from 20 […]
On November 11, 2011 the Law Awards ceremony was at the brand new venue – Auckland’s Viaduct Events Centre. John Campbell returned as our Master of Ceremonies. Queen City Law was judged Winner: Queen City Law of the Prendos Property & Construction Law Award. QCL won the Prendos Property and Construction Law Award at the NZ Law Awards last […]
Kia Ora, I am Marcus Beveridge LLB BA a NZ qualified lawyer and senior partner at Queen City Law. As one of NZ’s most high profile immigration lawyers who has probably acted on more successful NZ immigration applications than any other lawyer over the last 20 years; I am in a unique position to share […]