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New Years Resolutions

New Years Resolutions

Written by Dale Lloyd
Principal at Lloyd Troon Law and Otago Branch Council member.
Published to Cur Ad Vult 23rd January 2020

 

 

 

2019 Tenancy Law Changes – Relevant to You

2019 Tenancy Law Changes – Relevant to You

Summarised by Korrie Middendorf

There are several tenancy law changes to the Residential Tenancies Act 1986 (“the Act”) and Residential (Healthy Homes Standards) Regulations 2019 that will affect your tenancy agreement and how you (as landlord) insure your property. The Act is the law that outlines your obligations as landlord. It is important that you are aware of these changes to ensure you maintain lawful practices as a landlord and that you adequately protect your property

 

 

 

Farewell to Emma Gough

Farewell to Emma Gough

It is with much sadness that we bid Emma a fond farewell as she takes up an opportunity of a lifetime

 

 

 

Queenstown Marathon 2019

Queenstown Marathon 2019

Lloyd Troon Law sponsored staff to take part again in 2019 event as a great way to get involved in the wonderful outdoors this unique area have to offer.

 

 

 

Your Wills and EPA’s

Your Wills and EPA’s

You may need to review your Will or Enduring Powers of Attorney. Read our Recommendations.

 

 

 

Law Firm Steeped in Family Tradition

Law Firm Steeped in Family Tradition

Proud southern boy makes good in Auckland

 

 

 

Bar Admission Invercargill

Bar Admission Invercargill

Lloyd Troon Law were out in force in Invercargill to watch the Admission of Korrie Middendorf and Emma Gough in the High Court as our next generation solicitors. Dale Lloyd…..

 

 

 

Law: A culture of change

Law: A culture of change

Who are we that work in the area of the rules that govern our society in New Zealand, and what does looking forward suggest for law in our time?
This article was published in Cur Ad Vult.

 

 

 

QLDC wants luxury homes exempt from sale ban

QLDC wants luxury homes exempt from sale ban

The Queenstown Lakes District Council wants luxury homes to be exempt from the government’s foreign buyers ban. The local council says the homes might not sell if only available to…..