Special Counsel

Jacintha Tan

LLB (Hons) (Auckland) BA (Auckland)
Jacintha Tan is Special Counsel in Hesketh Henry’s Property Team.

Jacintha has had an extensive range of experience and has in-depth knowledge in all areas of commercial and residential property law, acquired from more than twenty years in public practice..

Jacintha prides herself on client service – delivering prompt and practical advice.

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Examples of work completed by Jacintha include:

  • Leasing / negotiation of lease documents from landlord and tenant perspectives, including Department of Conservation concessions and easements and leases of Crown land, local authority subsoil, street furniture and airspace rights), and various shopping centre developments.
  • Design and build, multi-tenancies and shared office licences.
  • All areas of subdivision (freehold, cross-lease, unit and strata title) involving easements, land covenants and encumbrances.
  • Utility company projects, including procurement of easements and property rights for hydro, wind and geothermal energy and royalty agreements with landowners.
  • Due diligence investigations for local and international investors.
  • Forestry rights and licences, and mining permits.

Insights & Opinion / Jacintha Tan

COVID-19: Update on buying and selling property during alert level 3
The guidelines for Alert Level 3 have been issued and will be in place as of today, Tuesday 28 April 2020. New Zealanders are now able to move house during Alert Level 3, including moving between regi...
28.04.2020 Posted in COVID-19 & Property Law
COVID-19: Buying and selling property during level 4
The imposition of COVID-19 Alert Level 4 lockdown (“Lockdown”) is adding stress to what is generally a stressful time for New Zealanders buying or selling their homes.  It has been said that an e...
15.04.2020 Posted in COVID-19 & Property Law
COVID-19: Rent abatements during level 4 – updated 14th April 2020
With the COVID-19 Level 4 Eliminate now in force, so that the part of the population not providing essential services must stay home, what is the position with the payment of rent and outgoings by tenants?