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Welcome to the Autumn edition of Trust eSpeaking; we hope you find the articles both interesting and useful.

– Succession and trust law changes

– Trustees’ expenses

– New trusts legislation now in force

 

Welcome to the first edition of Commercial eSpeaking for 2021; we hope this year has started well for you, your family and also your business.

– Raising Capital for your business

– Having a puff at work

– Business briefs

Welcome to the Summer, and final, edition of Rural eSpeaking for 2020. We hope you find the articles in this e-newsletter are both interesting and useful.

– Investment in farming 

– The finite supply of water 

– Over the fence 

Welcome to the final edition of Property Speaking for what has been a tumultuous 2020.

Whilst we cover some topics in this issue that relate to COVID, we are keen on looking forward to greener 2021 pastures.

Welcome to the Spring edition of Trust eSpeaking; we hope you find the articles both interesting and useful.

If you would like to know more about any of the topics covered in Trust eSpeaking, or about trusts in general, please don’t hesitate to contact us 

Welcome to the Winter-Spring edition of Rural eSpeaking. We hope you find the articles both interesting and useful.

If you would like to talk further about any of the topics we have covered in this edition, or indeed any other legal matter, please don’t hesitate to contact us. 

Welcome to the Winter edition of Property Speaking. As you will read, the focus of this
edition is very much on the effects on the property sector from the COVID lockdown.
We hope you find these articles to be useful.

Welcome to the Winter edition of Commercial eSpeaking. This edition, of necessity, focuses very much on the implications to business from COVID-19. We hope you find these articles to be useful.

Welcome to the Autumn edition of Rural eSpeaking. We are all living, and managing our businesses, in extraordinary times as the world battles COVID-19. 

Our thoughts are with you, your families and colleagues as New Zealand emerges from the lockdown into, we hope soon, more of a business as usual situation.

Going out on your own


Company structure or sole trader for business?


You have decided to quit your job, and go out on your own to run your own business. Do you form a company or trade in your own name? We outline some of the pros and cons of these two options to help you make a decision.

Welcome to the Autumn edition of Trust eSpeaking; we hope you find the articles both interesting and useful.

– Succession law in New Zealand

– Eduring powers of attorney

– Claims on an estate

Welcome to the first edition of Commercial eSpeaking for the decade. 

We hope you enjoy reading these articles, and find them interesting and useful.

To talk further with us on any of the topics in this e-newsletter, or on any other legal matter, please be in touch.

DISCLAIMER: All the information published in Property eSpeaking , Rural eSpeaking, Trust eSpeaking, Commercial eSpeaking and Fineprint is true and accurate to the best of the authors’ knowledge. It should not be a substitute for legal advice. No liability is assumed by the authors or publisher for losses suffered by any person or organisation relying directly or indirectly on these articles. Views expressed are those of individual authors, and do not necessarily reflect the view of this firm. Articles appearing in any of these publications may be reproduced with prior approval from the editor and credit given to the source.  Copyright, NZ LAW Limited, 2019. Editor: Adrienne Olsen. E-mail: adrienne@adroite.co.nz. Ph: 029 286 3650 or 04 496 5513.