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March 2021 - Mortlock McCormack Law | Property and Commercial Law | Christchurch, New Zealand
March 2021 - Mortlock McCormack Law | Property and Commercial Law | Christchurch, New Zealand
March 2021 - Mortlock McCormack Law | Property and Commercial Law | Christchurch, New Zealand
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Month: March 2021

Congratulations

March 2021 Congratulations to Michaela and Hugo Topping on their wedding in January. And congratulations to our latest Mortlock McCormack Law team baby additions   Poppy Margaret Wenborn was born in February, to Sarah and Matt Theodore ...
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Summer Clerk 2021/22

March 2021 We were pleased to be involved in the University of Canterbury Law and Criminal Justice Recruitment Evening again this year. Thank you to Kent, Dan and Penny for talking to so many eager Law and Criminal Justice students. We are looking for a ...
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Tenancy law changes in 2021

March 2021

Sarah Hartley

You may have heard the hype around the new tenancy laws that recently came into force. Media reports focused on the negative impact for landlords. But if you take time to familiarise yourself with the changes there is no reason the position of ...
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Housing Market Boom and Relationship Property Settlements

March 2021 The current property market boom has led to unprecedented sale prices and has had unexpected flow-on effects in many areas. One, in particular, we are seeing at Mortlock McCormack Law is the effect it has had on couples going through a ...
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Trusts Act 2019 – it’s here!

March 2021

Jamie Stanton

On 30 January 2021 the Trusts Act 2019 came into effect – increased trustee obligations and disclosure requirements are now in force. All trustees must now have regard to the mandatory and default duties set out in the Act. Trustees are also ...
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Do your Auction DD

March 2021

Ruby Haddon

The New Zealand housing market has been hot for some time now. We are frequently seeing auction dates being brought forward due to high demand (although in light of recent Government initiatives, this might change – time will tell!) If an ...
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