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In our Articles section you’ll find a huge archive of articles on every day legal issues arranged by topic – Property Law, Litigation, Wills and Trusts, Family Law, Business & Commercial Law, Estates, Elder Law and Employment Law. Each of these articles has been written by one of the lawyers here at Smith and Partners and designed to help you understand the kinds of legal issues that affect you. Below you can find a teaser of our most recently published articles.

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Latest Articles
24/05/2017 |
A LIM report from the local Council will disclose information to you about a property which is not immediately apparent through viewing the property and obtaining a builder’s report.For example,...
17/05/2017 |
With the prices of property in Auckland skyrocketing, many first home buyers are buying out of Auckland; But what do you need to know about buying an investment property as...
10/05/2017 |
If you are a victim of domestic violence and wish to seek protection from your abuser, a protection order can help. Taking action to protect yourself when you are...
26/04/2017 |
KiwiSaver has changed the financial landscape for many Kiwis – and one of the big changes has been the consequences of New Zealanders having a significant asset (their KiwiSaver account)...
12/04/2017 |
A Statutory Demand is a court document giving written notice that a debtor company must pay the debt that is owed to the creditor. It is the first step in...

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