A number of proposed changes to the Residential Tenancies Act 1986 (the “Act”) have recently been announced by Kris Faafoi, Associate Housing Minister.  These include: Rent increases will be limited to one per year, and landlords barred from encouraging rental bids. Landlords will require a justified reason to end a […] Read More›

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Trust Changes Ahead

November 26, 2019

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“Times are a changing” and changes are afoot for Trusts under the new Trust Act 2019 (“the Act”). The new Trusts Act 2019 will come into force on 30 January 2021 and it will impact existing trusts and new trusts. As the New Year will soon be upon us it […] Read More›

There are a couple of notable recent happenings in employment law that are worth taking a note of. First, the Employment Relations Act has been amended so that reinstatement is, once again, the primary remedy for a grievance based on termination of an employee’s employment. What does that mean for […] Read More›

Moving is stressful enough without the added hassle of having to deal with rubbish left at your dream property by the previous owner. Carrying out a pre-settlement inspection can go some way to avoiding this.  Be mindful though, that this is best carried out at least 2 working days prior […] Read More›

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