CPD Seminar Papers

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Trusts: Winding-up without Getting Wound Up

Webinar Paper | Presenter: Juliet Moses, Partner, TGT Legal The winding-up of a trust, whether for a specific reason or just that the permissible lifespan has been reached requires certain formalities and procedures to be followed. This materials will look at the various reasons why a trust may be wound-up and the different ways that this can be achieved. In addition, they will highlight the principal issues to bear in mind including the question of indemnity, and address some of the practicalities that need to be dealt with.

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Property Law Half-Day Conference 2019

Conference Paper | Presenters: James McMillan, Partner, Kensington Swan; Mark Broad, Senior Associate, Kensington Swan; Jonathan Simons, Senior Associate, Buddle Findlay; Des Wood, Barrister; Janine Stewart , Partner, MinterEllisonRuddWatts; Amanda Spratt, Senior Associate, MinterEllisonRuddWatts; Sue Simons, Partner, Berry Simons; Tammy McLeod, Partner, Davenports Harbour Lawyers; Georgina Grant, Partner, Rainey Law; Andrea Challis, Partner,McElroys | Chair: Joanna Pidgeon, Partner, Pidgeon Law The Half-Day Conference will again provide practically focused sessions on a range of pertinent and interesting property law topics presented by experts in their fields. It will be of value to all those practising in the area of property law. Topics include: Protecting Commercial Lessors from Non-payment of Rent Changes in the Residential Tenancies Act, Recent Case Law and other Matters The Ins and Outs of Outgoings and Maintenance The Impact of Big Projects: Helping your Clients Trusts for Today Warranties in Agreements for the Sale and Purchase of Real Estate Giving Clients Financial Advice: Avoiding Pitfalls by Identifying Problematic Issues

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Commercial Law Series: Crossing the Border — Regulatory Issues Related to Imported Goods

Webinar Paper | Presenter: Jeff Blackburn BCom LLB, Director, Blackburn Consulting Limited – Professional Trade and Customs Consultants Importing goods is vital to the New Zealand economy and to the existence and success of thousands of businesses here. But it also carries risk and expense, and there are many legal requirements and restrictions. Getting it wrong can be costly, in many ways. These materials will help practitioners to better advise and assist their clients.

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Civil Litigation Series: Starting Right — Drafting Pleadings that Make a Difference and Affect the Outcome

Seminar Paper | Presenters: Garry Williams, Barrister, Richmond Chambers; Nic Scampion, Barrister, Shortland Chambers | Chair: The Honourable John Fogarty QC It has become fashionable in some quarters to regard the pleadings as being of little importance. This view is often voiced in the suggestion that the exchange of briefs of evidence before trial will cure any lack of particularity in the pleadings. Such a view is misguided. Pleadings which are properly drawn and particularised are an essential road map for the Court and the parties. They are the documents against which the briefs of evidence are or should be prepared. They are the documents which establish the parameters of the case, not the briefs of evidence.

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Company Creditor Compromises: Options and Consequences

Webinar Paper | Presenters: Daniel Kalderimis, Partner, Chapman Tripp; Jeremy Upson, Senior Associate, Chapman Tripp With a Supreme Court decision out on aspects of the company creditor compromise regime, an update on this useful form of corporate rescue and alternative to liquidation is timeous. Looking at recent case law developments, these materials will consider when such compromises are appropriate and their advantages over other options available to nearly insolvent companies. It will also look at some of the procedural requirements including the key question of creditor classes.

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