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

The Price of Breaching Trustees’ Disclosure Obligations?

March 2023

Andrew Logan Jamie Stanton

You may have a trust for a variety of reasons, whether for asset structuring or estate planning purposes, or perhaps to benefit a charitable cause or community group. You could be the beneficiary of a particular trust settled by somebody ...
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The Importance of Enduring Powers of Attorney

March 2023

Rachel van Eekelen

None of us like to think about the possibility of being unable to make decisions for ourselves. However, as we grow older, or due to an unforeseen event, it is possible that we might need someone to step up and make decisions about our personal care ...
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Crypto Currency & Estate Planning

March 2023

Ricki Allan

Crypto Currency and Estate Planning Crypto currency poses a unique challenge for estate planning. It is an asset that is often overlooked by will-makers. Given the decentralised nature of its storage, it can also be irretrievable by those few ...
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Record Rainfall, Floods, & Landslides – our thoughts go out to those up North

March 2023

Emily Flaszynski

While Canterbury basked in January sunshine, the North Island was hit by record rainfall that left roads closed, communities cut off, and Elton John cancelled. The flooding and landslides caused millions of dollars of damage. Then February ...
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