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2023 - Mortlock McCormack Law | Property and Commercial Law | Christchurch, New Zealand
2023 - Mortlock McCormack Law | Property and Commercial Law | Christchurch, New Zealand
2023 - Mortlock McCormack Law | Property and Commercial Law | Christchurch, New Zealand
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Year: 2023

MMLs’ Musicians on New Year’s Eve 2023/24

December 2023 We refer to ourselves as being more than just lawyers or employees of a law firm and are proud to provide Music Law services to up-and-coming and established musicians. What you may not know, is the musical talents of some of our team, and this ...
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Congratulations!

December 2023 Congratulations to Sarah Wenborn, HR Manager, on being made a Life Member of the Kereru Sports & Cultural Club this month, for her services to the club. Sarah has been involved with the club for 20+ years in every capacity - player, coach, manager ...
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Ronald McDonald House – Family Dinner Programme

December 2023 In October our team were thrilled to be back cooking for Ronald McDonald House South Island’s Family Dinner Programme, after a few years of not being able to. The team get a lot out of these evenings; contributing to such a worthwhile cause in ...
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Trust Account Authority

December 2023

Andrew Logan

It’s important for us to get full instructions from you when paying funds out of our trust account. All lawyers must ensure that when paying money out of a client’s trust account, they have authority from the client to do so. This is ...
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The Bank of Mum & Dad

December 2023

Andrew Logan

Bianca Takerei-Nuku

It is estimated that around two-thirds of first home buyers in New Zealand seek assistance from their parents to purchase their first home. If you are contemplating supporting your child in purchasing their first home or subsequent property, you ...
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Better Rights for Unit Title Purchasers

June 2023

Ricki Allan Chris Egden

Unit titles are a type of property commonly seen in apartment or multi-unit developments. They are subject to the Unit Titles Act 2010 and are governed by a Body Corporate comprised of each unit owner. On the sale of a unit title property, the ...
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Artistic Works and Relationship Property

June 2023

Emily Flaszynski Dan Chisholm

For centuries, paintings, sculptures and other artistic works have been admired, critiqued, sold, purchased, and exchanged.  But what are the ownership rules around these artistic works? Who owns the copyright in artistic works? Under copyright ...
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Fighting Fit and Getting Amongst It

June 2023 The people of MML are an active bunch; with health and wellness being encouraged and celebrated. We have regular “gym-bunnies”, budding potential Silver Fern netballers and those who like to unwind at the golf course. Recently a number of staff ...
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Separating? Shared Care Arrangments

June 2023

Emily Hamilton

Separation is a difficult time for children. When making plans on how you and your partner are going to share the care of your children there are practical things you need to think about such as: · The age of your children. · How long they ...
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Were you adequately provided for in a loved one’s Will?

June 2023

Emily Flaszynski Rachel van Eekelen 

Were you adequately provided for in a loved one’s Will? Losing a loved one, family member, or friend is a very emotional time. It can also be a very challenging time if the deceased’s Will provides something which is different from what you ...
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