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Bespoke regime for unwinding Ponzi schemes
The Government is moving to create a special regime to unwind Ponzi schemes in a way which is fair to all investors.
New Zealand
22 May 2018
Origin Companies fined for false and misleading representations
The Federal Court has made orders by consent against Origin Energy Ltd and two of its subsidiaries.
New Zealand
22 Mar 2015
Consumer law case round-up
We summarise some recent consumer law cases.
New Zealand
21 Mar 2015
Welcome to Chapman Tripp’s consumer law update for March
Our monthly review helps you to keep tabs on consumer law developments in New Zealand and overseas.
New Zealand
21 Mar 2015
So you think you own your electronic data, do you? Think again
This issue discusses the protection and remedies available to an innocent party against the misuse of electronic data.
New Zealand
27 Jul 2014
New Code of Conduct for real estate agents
The new Rules, which apply to agents, branch managers and salespersons, further refine the consumer focus of the Act.
New Zealand
29 Mar 2013
Consumer Law Reform Bill - now a lot closer to Australia
Amendments proposed by the Commerce Committee bring the Consumer Law Reform Bill much closer to the Australian model.
New Zealand
8 Oct 2012
Submissions called on Consumer Law Reform Bill
The Consumer Law Reform Bill has finally had its first reading and has been referred to the Commerce Select Committee.
New Zealand
27 Feb 2012
Warning to gym industry a "get fit" call to other credit providers
Gym membership contracts may be breaching the Credit Contracts and Consumer Finance Act 2003
New Zealand
5 Aug 2011
Does the Nathans decision raise the bar for directors?
Criminal liability in Nathans Finance case echos Centro ruling making it clear directors must apply their own judgement in exercise of their duties rather than relying on management and expert advice.
New Zealand
12 Jul 2011
Consumer law reform – following Oz but not all the way
The Consumer Law Reform Bill, expected to be introduced into Parliament before the middle of this year, will pick up aspects of the Australian legislation but will not follow it as slavishly as originally proposed.
New Zealand
24 Mar 2011
Australia defers PPSA introduction
Australia has deferred the introduction of the Personal Property Securities Act and associated register from May until October
New Zealand
10 Mar 2011
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