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Wynn Williams Lawyers
This update focuses on LGA and the LGOIMA amendments, in relation to holding meetings through audio or audiovisual link.
DLA Piper
The Government will shortly be finalising a number of changes to KiwiSaver. KiwiSaver has now been operating in New Zealand for over 12 years and is becoming an increasingly ...
DLA Piper
The Government has released a draft National Policy Statement for Indigenous Biodiversity (NPS-IB) for comment.
STA Law Firm
The government of New Zealand has decided to take a stand against terrorism.
Duncan Cotterill
Recent amendments aim to prevent money laundering and terrorism financing within various businesses and professions.
DLA Piper
This newsletter summarises recent developments in law relating to resource management and local government in New Zealand that may be of interest to local authorities and decision makers.
STA Law Firm
The recent and tragic event that occurred in the nation of New Zealand has been something of a shock the world around.
Chapman Tripp
To reinforce a commitment and dedication to Māori culture, Chapman Tripp has released their formal te reo Māori policy.
Duncan Cotterill
There are a number of proposed changes to NZ legislation, progressing in 2019, relating to privacy and employment law.
Chapman Tripp
The NZ High Court has jurisdiction to declare legislation inconsistent with the New Zealand Bill of Rights Act 1990.
AJ Park
The current New Zealand PVR Act is over 30 years old, and is being reviewed with a view to bringing it more in line with the corresponding Acts of many of New Zealand's trading partners.
Chapman Tripp
It remains to be seen how the Crown responds to this judgment but the threat of judicial review by iwi will be a concern.
Chapman Tripp
Governments and the Waitangi Tribunal may have to consider iwi and hapu rights when making decisions affecting Maori.
Chapman Tripp
The NZ Government has confirmed that it is planning a much more comprehensive review on the overseas investment regime.
Chapman Tripp
This Bill only aims to reduce foreign competition for residential properties and change rules on forestry acquisitions.
Chapman Tripp
The Act requires overseas persons to obtain consent before acquiring certain assets, including certain residential land.
Wynn Williams Lawyers
The latest development in a longstanding argument regarding the validity of rates set by the Northland Regional Council.
Chapman Tripp
NZ budget has a "tick the boxes" approach which may do the job but without generating much political upside, or downside.
Chapman Tripp
This 2018-19 NZ budget is expected to be 'old school' Labour, with the big money going to health and education.
Chapman Tripp
Among taskforces, working groups and new regulations, the article identifies work streams most significant for business.
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