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Partnership visas
The fundamental and challenging aspect of partnership visa applications is relationship evidence that must be provided.
New Zealand
9 Sep 2019
2
EQC to provide cover to on-sold over-cap earthquake-damaged properties in Christchurch
EQC will make an ex gratia payment to cover the cost of repair for purchasers of these earthquake-damaged properties.
New Zealand
24 Aug 2019
3
Southern Response ordered to pay after engaging in misleading and deceptive conduct
SR found to have mislead & deceived customer in relation to the Buy Another House option in their insurance contract.
New Zealand
20 Aug 2019
4
Employment Court examines employee commissions and holiday pay
Court considered how the definition of ordinary weekly pay requires an employer to treat commissions when calculating holiday pay.
New Zealand
20 Aug 2019
5
Agricultural emissions
Article discusses the different agricultural emissions policy options put forward by the government & primary sector leaders.
New Zealand
13 Aug 2019
6
Biosecurity Act review
The Biosecurity Act is to be reviewed partly as a result of flaws highlighted because of the Mycoplasma bovis outbreak.
New Zealand
13 Aug 2019
7
Agricultural emissions – Options for consultation
The Government is seeking feedback on its discussion documents setting out preferred policies on agricultural emissions.
New Zealand
9 Aug 2019
8
Reform of the Residential Tenancies Act granted royal assent
The amendment act significantly impacts on the rights and obligations of both landlords and tenants.in three areas.
New Zealand
8 Aug 2019
9
Proposed Plan Change 7 – Land and Water Regional Plan
Article discusses the new rules brought about by PC7 & what they mean for future operations.
New Zealand
6 Aug 2019
10
First workplace bullying prosecution in South Australia
This bullying conviction in South Australia could have implications for health and safety practices in New Zealand.
New Zealand
1 Aug 2019
11
A new Relationship Property Act - what should you expect?
Relationship property law could be replaced, now that the Law Commission report has recommended significant changes.
New Zealand
26 Jul 2019
12
A new Trusts Act for New Zealand
A new Trusts Act replaces the Trustee Act 1956 to make the law more accessible to trustees and beneficiaries of trusts.
New Zealand
26 Jul 2019
13
Recreational access to land – how is this affected by health and safety?
WorkSafe has clarified that the HSWA does not cover injuries that happen as a result of doing a recreational activity.
New Zealand
19 Jul 2019
14
The Hug of Death – expanding the scope of ACC cover for mesothelioma beyond a work-place injury
In New Zealand. mesothelioma is seen as the result of accidental inhalation of asbestos giving rise to personal injury.
New Zealand
17 Jul 2019
15
Agricultural emissions
The ministry and primary sector leaders have released discussion papers and policies dealing with agricultural emissions.
New Zealand
17 Jul 2019
16
Employment Relations (Triangular Employment) Amendment Bill
This Bill aims to protect the position of employees who work under the direction of someone who is not their employer.
New Zealand
10 Jul 2019
17
3 things you need to know about the Privacy Bill before it becomes law
Every business that collects personal information should examine the new privacy legislation before it comes into force.
New Zealand
10 Jul 2019
18
New Zealand Electronic Travel Authority (NZeTA) and International Visitor Conservation and Tourism Levy (IVL)
Due to increasing numbers and for added security at the borders, the NZ Government will collect more visitor information.
New Zealand
9 Jul 2019
19
Judgment summary: Xu v IAG New Zealand Ltd (SC 47/2018) [2019] NZSC 68: earthquake damage and property insurance
A policy of property insurance is personal and cannot be assigned to purchasers without the consent of the insurers.
New Zealand
8 Jul 2019
20
Pay equity legislation moves through Parliament
As this legislation moves through Parliament, employers should consider if pay equity may be an issue in their industry.
New Zealand
24 Jun 2019
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