The Government is proposing changes to intensive winter grazing regulations in order to address practical challenges raised by stakeholders.

The Government is proposing changes to natural wetland provisions in the Resource Management and the National Policy Statement for Freshwater Management 2020

A significant case in relation to development contributions was recently decided by the High Court, in relation to Hamilton City Council’s (HCC) development contributions policy (DC policy) and its application.

Holland Beckett

The health, safety and wellbeing of our team, communities and clients is of the highest concern to Holland Beckett Law. We would like to update you on Holland Beckett Law’s approach under COVID-19 Alert Level 2.

On 23 August 2021, the Government announced its decision to formally require most businesses to keep contact tracing records at all alert levels. These requirements come into force at 11.59pm on 7 September 2021.

Family Law

At Alert Levels 3 and 4 many families/whānau with children in shared care will have questions about whether that contact should continue during this lockdown.

By entering into a Contracting Out Agreement you and your partner can agree to divide your relationship property in a way that is appropriate for you.

A common issue for commercial tenancies is payment of rent during periods where the tenant’s business cannot operate due to alert levels.

We have been acting for both businesses and consumers dealing with consumer issues arising from COVID-19.

The New Zealand Ministry of Health has created a “COVID Immunisation Register”.

In addition to the more well-known financial support systems in place there are other avenues available to assist employers to pay employees who are impacted by COVID-19.