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‘Our articles’ contains the many articles our lawyers write for numerous publications. ‘Firm news’ contains general news about Heaney & Partners or our team. ‘In the media’ is where we have links to stories from around New Zealand that we think our clients will find interesting.

 

HEANEY & PARTNERS PROUD SPONSOR OF BOINZ

Heaney & Partners were once again the proud sponsor of the BOINZ Senior Building Control Officers’ Forum dinner.

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THE INSURANCE NETWORK QUIZ NIGHT

Heaney & Partners were strong competitors at the annual Insurance Network Quiz Night held at the Ellen Melville Pioneer Women's Hall.

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TINY HOME? OR NOT A TINY HOME?

Tiny Home? Or not a tiny home? Find out at the BOINZ Senior Building Control Officer's Forum in Wellington. 

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LEAKY BUILDING STIGMA?

A new study shows the value of remediation work on leaky buildings.

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“TINY HOME” MOVES ON

“Tiny home” owner has moved on (with his unconsented “tiny home”) after neighbours complained to the council.

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RESTRAINT OF TRADE: WHAT TO CONSIDER IF YOU’RE PURCHASING A BUSINESS

A case recently before the High Court demonstrates the issues at play with restraint of trade when purchasing a business.

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MBIE OFF TO COURT OVER “TINY HOME"

The owner of a “tiny home” at Amberley Beach, North Canterbury is challenging MBIE over a decision that his home requires a building consent.

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HOMEOWNERS’ REPRESENTATIVE CLADDING CLAIM ALLOWED TO PROCEED AGAINST CARTER HOLT HARVEY

The High Court dismissed Carter Holt Harvey’s application to strike out the homeowners’ claim and has allowed the defective cladding product claim to proceed.

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EMPLOYER WINS!

An employer must have genuine reasons based on reasonable grounds for proposing a fixed term arrangement. Paul Robertson considers a recent case.

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