A person’s home is their castle right? Theirs to do as they please. Well if that home is a free-standing building on land with a freehold title, sure. With an increasing number of us living in apartment buildings with a body corporate, you will probably know that there are times […] Read More›

We are often consulted by both landlords and tenants where disputes have arisen between the landlord and tenant over the landlords right to refuse to renew a lease or to cancel a lease. In many cases a landlord declines to renew or seeks cancellation of a lease, because of the […] Read More›

With the challenges of COVID over the last couple of years, there are a lot of tenants in need of help to keep going. There are others who may not really need the help, but see an opportunity to get a discount on their rent. And the opposite side of […] Read More›

For some time, the courts have been expanding the net for personal liability of directors for breaches of employment law. This is particularly relevant to situations of underpayment of wages or awards made in favour of employees due to breaches of the Employment Relations Act (ERA). One issue that has […] Read More›