CPD

1.25 CPD Hours

To Pay or Not to Pay? Practical Guidance on the Residential Land Withholding Tax
Due to come in to effect on 1 July 2016, the new residential land withholding tax will present a number challenges to property lawyers and conveyancers. This webinar, presented by a technical advisor from the IRD, a taxation expert and a senior property lawyer will provide timely guidance on the effect of the Act and solutions to common problems that may arise.

06 Jul 2016 - At your desk or on your portable device Read more
2 CPD Hours

Trust Law: The Future After Clayton and Erceg
Recent decisions from the Court of Appeal (Erceg) and the Supreme Court (Clayton) have both changed and clarified key aspects of trust law in regard to the rights of beneficiaries to seek information from trustees, when assets held in trusts may be considered to be relationship property and what constitutes a nuptial settlement for the purposes of section 182 of the Family Proceedings Act 1980. This seminar will look at how the cases have changed the trust landscape as well as offering suggestions on how to adapt to, and deal with the resulting developments.

28 Jul 2016 - Auckland CBD venue to be confirmed Read more
2 CPD Hours

Trust Law: The Future After Clayton and Erceg (live stream)
Recent decisions from the Court of Appeal (Erceg) and the Supreme Court (Clayton) have both changed and clarified key aspects of trust law in regard to the rights of beneficiaries to seek information from trustees, when assets held in trusts may be considered to be relationship property and what constitutes a nuptial settlement for the purposes of section 182 of the Family Proceedings Act 1980. This seminar will look at how the cases have changed the trust landscape as well as offering suggestions on how to adapt to, and deal with the resulting developments.

28 Jul 2016 - At your desk or on your portable device Read more

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