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Increase in Sick Leave Entitlement – Tomorrow
From tomorrow, Saturday 24 July 2021, the minimum entitlement to sick leave increases from 5 to 10 days in each entitlement year.
23.07.2021 Posted in Business Advice & Employment
Liquidators’ Powers: Successful application under section 266 of the Companies Act to examine former director
Liquidators have wide-ranging powers under the Companies Act 1993 (Companies Act), including the power to request directors, shareholders or any other relevant person to assist in the liquidation of a...
19.07.2021 Posted in Company & Insolvency and Restructuring
Enforceability of limitation clauses
Construction contracts and contracts for professional services typically include a range of provisions which seek to allocate risk between the parties, and limit potential liability to be attributed to one party.
NZS 3910 Court Judgment, With Implications
The High Court decision in Hellaby Resource Services Ltd v Body Corporate 197281 [2021] NZHC 554 is a rare NZS 3910 decision, with implications for the construction sector. 
09.07.2021 Posted in Construction
ASB Showgrounds liquidation – An iconic venue in strife
The events industry has been strongly affected by Covid-19.
The Shipping Law Review 2021 8th Edition
The Hesketh Henry marine team pen the New Zealand chapter of The Shipping Law Review.
02.07.2021 Posted in Maritime
At first glance: Overseas Investment Amendment Bill (No 3) 2021
The Overseas Investment Amendment Bill (No 3) (Bill) received royal assent on 24 May 2021

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