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Wynn Williams Lawyers
Time is running out to register your interest in an EQC (Earthquake Commission) ex gratia payment for repair costs.
Cavell Leitch
There are new construction standards and protocols to ensure that the health and safety risks of Covid-19 are mitigated.
McVeagh Flemming Lawyers
Contractors who cannot complete due to COVID-19 need to take steps now to minimise risk of potential penalties.
Wynn Williams Lawyers
The cases provide some clarity on when a tiny house is considered a vehicle and when it would be considered a structure.
Wynn Williams Lawyers
Construction projects rely on a healthy labour force and on materials and components often produced in another country.
Cavell Leitch
Most modern subdivisions include land covenants, which are rules that the landowner must abide by when owning the land.
Cavell Leitch
Vendors should thoroughly understand the EQC/insurance claims history of an earthquake-damaged property prior to sale.
Duncan Cotterill
Brief explanation of the 3 year plan which aims to remedy some of the challenges in the construction sector.
Cavell Leitch
On 15 August 2019, the government has set aside $300 million for ‘on-sold over-cap payments' for earthquake repairs.
DLA Piper
The Resource Management Amendment Bill was introduced to the House on 23 September 2019 and had its first reading in Parliament yesterday.
Duncan Cotterill
A building contract can vary depending on the builder, so it is important for it to be reviewed on a case by case basis.
Wynn Williams Lawyers
This Bill repeals the collaborative planning process and replaces it with a specialised planning process for freshwater.
Wynn Williams Lawyers
This note outlines recent decisions and sets out key takeaways that anyone involved in plan-making should bear in mind.
Duncan Cotterill
A retention funds shortfall has been reported in a number of construction companies in liquidation or receivership.
Wynn Williams Lawyers
The Government considers more is required to ensure NZ cities are affordable, accessible and offer quality environments.
Duncan Cotterill
EQC will make an ex gratia payment to cover the cost of repair for purchasers of these earthquake-damaged properties.
Wynn Williams Lawyers
The Government proposed to protect highly productive land to ensure that it is maintained for future primary production.
Wynn Williams Lawyers
Reinstatement Benefits are personal benefits to the original insured party only and cannot be assigned to a purchaser.
Duncan Cotterill
A policy of property insurance is personal and cannot be assigned to purchasers without the consent of the insurers.
Wynn Williams Lawyers
Trade competitors should tread carefully when considering judicial review of resource management decisions.
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