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June 2020 - Mortlock McCormack Law | Property and Commercial Law | Christchurch, New Zealand
June 2020 - Mortlock McCormack Law | Property and Commercial Law | Christchurch, New Zealand
June 2020 - Mortlock McCormack Law | Property and Commercial Law | Christchurch, New Zealand
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Month: June 2020

Team Scavenger Hunt

June 2020 Just prior to COVID-19 lockdown the MML Staff and Partners took part in some fun around the Christchurch CBD in an “Amazing Race” style Scavenger Hunt set up by the MML Social Club. Teams raced to checkpoints where they were met with ...
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Appointment to Canterbury Earthquake Insurance Tribunal

June 2020 Emily Flaszynski, Associate, was appointed as a member of the Canterbury Earthquake Insurance Tribunal (“CEIT”) in April. Emily joined Mortlock McCormack Law earlier this year. She specialises in relationship property, asset protection and ...
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Is your will up to date?

June 2020

Emily Flaszynski

The lockdown gave many of us time to think about our personal admin. We have seen an increase in people seeking to update their wills. If you have not given your will much thought in the last few years we suggest you take stock and consider its ...
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Countdown to new Trust rules is on…

June 2020

Jamie Stanton

Those of you with a trust may recall from our article late last year that the rules under the new Trusts Act will come into force in six months’ time on 30 January 2021. From 30 January 2021 trustees will be under increased obligations when ...
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Divorce rate in Wuhan doubles after lockdown

June 2020

Emily Flaszynski

Reports coming out of Wuhan suggest that the lockdown had a distinct effect on relationships, an effect that has seen the divorce rate soar. At Mortlock McCormack Law we hope the same is not seen here but sometimes relationships get broken and like ...
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Changes to the ADLS Agreement for Sale and Purchase of Real Estate

June 2020

Chris Egden

If you have bought or sold a property it is likely that you have been party to an Auckland District Law Society (ADLS)/REINZ Agreement for Sale and Purchase of Real Estate. This is the most widely used form of agreement used for property ...
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