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17.07.18

Property Partnerships

Property partnerships can be valuable for those without enough money to buy on their own, but special care needs to be taken when disputes arise

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Property partnerships can be valuable for those without enough money to buy on their own, but special care needs to be taken when disputes arise

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11.07.18

Free Speech and Proportionality

Banning the two Canadian speakers from Auckland City Council venues, has raised interest in issues of the limits of free speech

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Banning the two Canadian speakers from Auckland City Council venues, has raised interest in issues of the limits of free speech

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06.07.18

New Website

I am pleased that my new website is about to go live, and hopefully in the next few days. It is a new look and a new approach, and I hope meets with approval. Thank you to Brownpaperbag for their innovative and clever design....

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I am pleased that my new website is about to go live, and hopefully in the next few days. It is a new look and a new approach, and I hope meets with approval. Thank you to Brownpaperbag for their innovative and clever design....

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12.06.18

Court Filing Fees – A Barrier to Justice

I sometimes wonder at decision-making from the Ministry of Justice when it comes to matters such as filing fees for access to courts and tribunals. For many years filing fees were relatively modest, and were generally rounded...

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I sometimes wonder at decision-making from the Ministry of Justice when it comes to matters such as filing fees for access to courts and tribunals. For many years filing fees were relatively modest, and were generally rounded...

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23.05.18

Maori Representation on Local Council Wards

There have recently been a number of referenda on the subject of obtaining specific Maori representation on city and district councils around New Zealand. To the surprise of some, the concept has been rejected, most recently...

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There have recently been a number of referenda on the subject of obtaining specific Maori representation on city and district councils around New Zealand. To the surprise of some, the concept has been rejected, most recently...

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27.02.18

When Judges Bend the Rules

I have been reading two separate items, the first being a blog entry by Joshua Rozenberg about Lord Denning, and a recent decision of the High Court overturning a District Court decision on a construction contract issue...

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I have been reading two separate items, the first being a blog entry by Joshua Rozenberg about Lord Denning, and a recent decision of the High Court overturning a District Court decision on a construction contract issue...

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