Do you offer your customers the luxury of walking away with goods on the promise to pay later? If so, you may be at risk of non-payment for those goods, in addition to the loss of those goods. Read more to find out how to protect yourself when goods have been supplied but not paid for.
How do “cross lease” titles differ from “fee simple” titles? And why does it matter? Seemingly, most property purchasers are either not aware of the difference between these types of title, or simply do not care.
Immediately prior to Easter, the Supreme Court issued its decisions on appeals against four new salmon farms granted to the New Zealand King Salmon Company. One of these decisions is likely to have significant implications for all those involved in Resource Management Act processes.
We understand that insurers are again not issuing new policies in the wider Nelson, Marlborough and Wellington Regions.
In 2012 a woman sued her boyfriend’s flatmate for hiding a video camera in the bathroom the two men shared, recording images of her while she showered.