Articles: Commercial Law

Hey Santa - my toy is broken!

10 December 2020

It’s Christmas day – the most wonderful time of the year. You look under the tree and see that Santa has done it – he’s left the toy you’ve been longing for all year! But you open the box only to discover that it is broken.


Personal Liability Risk

14 October 2020

A recent case heard by the Employment Relations Authority serves as a reminder that individuals, officers of companies and partnerships (including anyone who is able to exercise significant influence over the management or administration of these entities) can be held personally liable if the business breaches minimum employment law standards. e.g. fails to pay wages, holiday pay etc.


Covid-19: Commercial Leases - Rental

3 April 2020

We have been approached by a number of Landlords and Tenants querying what their Tenant’s obligation to pay rental is during the lock down.

This will depend on the terms of your lease..


Covid-19: Mortgage Holiday

26 March 2020

Covid-19 is infecting my mortgagee repayments!

New Zealand’s property market over the past few months has been buoyant. First home buyers have been missing out on a property when multiple offers are presented with buyers making offers above the asking price.