Commercial Law Series: Limited Partnerships - Unlimited Potential? (On Demand)

Recorded Seminar 2 CPD Hrs
Your desk or on your portable device


The Limited Partnerships Act 2008 provides commercial clients with another option for structuring an entity – but its suitability in each situation should be well considered in advance. This On Demand seminar covers key topics from the legal and financial perspectives.  

Learning outcomes

In respect of limited partnerships:

  • Reinforce your knowledge of the statutory requirements, structure and distinguishing features.
  • Gain a deeper understanding of the advantages and disadvantages, and in turn the uses and suitability or otherwise for particular circumstances.
  • Get to grips with the tax considerations and impact, including tax allocation.
  • Gain a better understanding of associated matters such as the interplay with securities law and insolvency situations.
  • Understand more about the issues for limited partners, including privacy/disclosure of information and guarantees in financing transactions.

Who should view? 

Commercial lawyers at all levels who wish to upskill and/or receive a refresher, and general practitioners who do commercial work. Accountants and receivers may also benefit from attending.


Jeremy Muir
Minter Ellison Rudd Watts

Andrew Ryan
Minter Ellison Rudd Watts

Andrew is a lawyer and chartered accountant who has been a tax adviser since 1993.  He leads Minter Ellison Rudd Watts’ tax team and is a member of the New Zealand Law Society Tax Committee.  Named as a leading New Zealand tax practitioner by several international directories, Andrew has particular expertise in corporate taxation, tax disputes, corporate and trust structuring and mergers and acquisitions.

He advises banks, private equity funds, partnerships, corporations, fund providers and trustee companies on mergers and acquisitions, financing, FATCA, AEOI, leasing and investment structures.  Andrew also acts for employers on stock plans, taxpayers in dispute with Inland Revenue, and non-residents.


Andrew Lewis
Andrew Lewis Law