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

Angela Dunbar – Partner

June 2021 We are thrilled to advise Angela Dunbar, Partner, and Kirstee Robinson, Legal Executive, have recently joined Mortlock McCormack Law. Angela has a wide range of general practice experience in property (including residential, commercial and ...
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Pink Ribbon Morning Tea

June 2021 Last month Ruby Haddon, one of our solicitors, organised a Pink Ribbon bake sale to fund raise for the Breast Cancer Foundation NZ. Several team members baked a variety of delicious goods, which were bought by the team and our neighbours, The ...
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Sensible Separation

June 2021

Emily Flaszynski

Separation occurs for many reasons: a gradual breakdown of a relationship, third party interference, hope for a new beginning. Whatever the reason, the breakdown of a relationship is one of life’s most significant events. This is amplified ...
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What is the “bright-line” test? An update

June 2021

Sarah Manning

The bright-line test is a rule that taxes gains from the disposal of residential property in New Zealand. As you may be aware the bright-line test was extended earlier this year. While the main rules remain, there are a number of revisions you ...
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Prenuptial Agreements: Should I have one?

June 2021

Natasha McClure

In New Zealand prenuptial agreements are called a “contracting out agreement”. The Property (Relationships) Act 1976 (the “Act”) by default directs that couples who have been “living together” for three years or more whether married or ...
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Have you done your insurance inspection?

June 2021

Sarah Manning

As the odd earthquake still rattles us, these shakes serve as a timely reminder to carry out an inspection of our homes to consider what, if any, damage exists. Your policy of insurance provides cover for natural disaster damage but not for ...
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