News & Events
Keep up to date with what's happening in New Zealand Law, and what's new at WRMK
Do the rules for roundabouts make your head go round?
August 31, 2010
The performance of drivers at roundabouts, seems to suggest that there is much confusion about when indication is required. An informal poll in our lunch room confirmed that the rules are not well known.
Buying a new home…
August 30, 2010
Is a little bit like buying a second hand car. Generally, you would do things such as checking the body work for rust, dents and any other damage. You would check under the bonnet and have someone such as a mechanic check the engine. You don’t usually buy it because you like the colour
Health and Safety breaches: the trend towards increased fines
August 26, 2010
In the last year there has been a marked increase in the amount of fines imposed for workplace health and safety breaches. This is because the High Court has reviewed sentencing principles and directed the District Court to amend the way it sentences offenders.
Thinking of buying a house without getting a LIM?
August 25, 2010
Thinking of buying a house without getting a LIM? Think again.
Buying a property without getting a LIM Report is a bit like playing Russian Roulette. Most of the time you are fine, however, when it goes wrong it goes wrong big time.
Is a Family Trust right for me?
August 24, 2010
Many people you know may have a family trust but is a trust right for you?
Nosey Beneficiaries and Trustees
August 23, 2010
What do you do if you’re a trustee of a typical family trust and one of the children wants to know all about the trust and what it owns?
What information and documents do you have to give him or her?
Trusteeship: all risk and no return
August 13, 2010
You are taking a huge risk if you help a friend by agreeing to become a trustee of their trust.
Legal obligations on all masters and skippers
August 12, 2010
On Anzac Day 2007 two children aged eight and five tragically drowned when their family boat sank near Shag Island in the Hauraki Gulf.
Do it online
Did you know you can pay your bill online?
Constructing the right contract
Large construction projects are popping up everywhere, from renovation and residential houses through to large scale commercial developments. Usually, disputes in construction aren’t about defects, but rather grey areas the parties haven’t considered such as unforeseen costs or work. Getting the right building contract in place up-front can avoid a lot of pain.
March 18, 2019
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I have spread the word to everybody and anybody who listens, that you are the lawyer for their jobs! I hope my small token-ability sources you well deserved clients.
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