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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
Many people are concerned about their house sales and purchases, confirmations and settlements, during COVID-19.
Wynn Williams Lawyers
Recent settlement agreements could be reviewed if the value of the property has been significantly affected by COVID-19.
Cavell Leitch
Be sure you know all there is to know before you decide to buy and look after a rural lifestyle piece of property.
Duncan Cotterill
A caveat lodged against the title prevents the registered owner from selling, mortgaging, or dealing with the property.
Duncan Cotterill
House insurance is absolutely crucial, and when borrowing from lenders to complete a house purchase, it is compulsory.
Duncan Cotterill
EQC will make an ex gratia payment to cover the cost of repair for purchasers of these earthquake-damaged properties.
Duncan Cotterill
A policy of property insurance is personal and cannot be assigned to purchasers without the consent of the insurers.
Duncan Cotterill
Mortgagee sales offer a chance to buy a cheaper property but require thorough due diligence before signing the contract.
Wynn Williams Lawyers
This article focuses on the liability of real estate agents for incorrect information from the vendor or a third party.
Wynn Williams Lawyers
This type of clause enables a vendor to give notice to a purchaser that the vendor has entered into another agreement.
Wynn Williams Lawyers
Most overseas people are unable to buy residential property in New Zealand, but some can request consent from the OIO.
Cavell Leitch
From 22 October 2018, all purchasers of NZ residential land will have to complete a "residential land statement".
Wynn Williams Lawyers
Each case is inherently fact-specific so a rigorous assessment should be undertaken prior to launching legal proceedings.
Duncan Cotterill
The main focus of the Overseas Investment Amendment Bill is to bring residential land within the Overseas Investment Act.
Duncan Cotterill
This update contains detail on how these overseas investment changes will impact on the property development sector.
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.
Cavell Leitch
If an owner sells within five years, and the property is not their main home, then they will be taxed on any profits.
Cavell Leitch
Any advancing or borrowing money inter-family (usually for property) should be formally discussed with a lawyer.
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