Aimee Hunt

Aimee is a solicitor in the Litigation and Dispute Resolution Team.

Aimee assists across all areas of litigation, with a focus on construction, contractual disputes, and insolvency disputes.

Aimee is skilled at legal analysis and breaking down complex legal issues for her clients in an effective and pragmatic manner. She enjoys working with clients to understand their key priorities and works hard to achieve the best possible outcome for them.

Aimee graduated from Auckland University of Technology with a Bachelor of Laws and a Bachelor of Arts majoring in psychology.

Prior to joining Hesketh Henry, Aimee specialised in general civil and commercial litigation at another Auckland CBD law firm.

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Examples of work completed by Aimee include:


Insights & Opinion / Aimee Hunt

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TCC confirms Slip Rule limits in Adjudications
The Technology and Construction Court (TCC) has confirmed the narrow parameters of the ‘slip rule’ in the UK, which allows adjudicators to amend their determination to correct for any clerical or ...
02.07.2024 Posted in Construction & Disputes
Properly sequencing your Construction Adjudications: Henry Construction Projects Ltd v Alu-Fix (UK) Ltd
According to the UK’s Technology and Construction Court (TCC) (in Henry Construction Projects Ltd v Alu-Fix (UK) Ltd [2023] EWHC 2010) valid payment claims must be paid before the underlying merits ...
30.10.2023 Posted in Construction & Disputes
Contractor’s Dilemma: Recovering debts from a Principal in liquidation
A party must meet a high bar before the High Court will modify or reverse a liquidator’s decision, or consent to a party commencing adjudication (or other legal proceedings) against a company in liq...
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Limitations on Contribution Claims – will a defendant be left exposed if a claim is filed at the last minute?
Like many jurisdictions, New Zealand has legislation that imposes statutory limitation periods on civil claims.  Under the Limitation Act 2010 (Act) (for claims arising on or after 1 January 2011), t...
22.08.2023 Posted in Construction & Disputes
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