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Water easements Water is an absolute necessity for any type of farming or horticultural activity. Historically viewed as an infinite and expendable resource, water is now seen as having a finite supply and must be dealt with as a commodity. The right to access water from...

A focus on syndicated farm investments With the current low interest rate regime looking set to continue for some time, investors are increasingly looking at ways to generate a reasonable income either for their retirement or for other forms of saving. Recently, commercial property syndicates have come...

Due to public health guidelines RMY Legal will be implementing the following guidelines for clients and staff entering our premises. Physical distancing is encouraged wherever practical and contact tracing QR codes will be available. Health, hygiene and safety practices will be supported with hand sanitiser...

RMY Legal will merge with Billings Lawyers in April 2021.“We are thrilled and looking forward to joining our legal teams together. We both share similar values and have highly experienced and well-regarded lawyers and staff. This merger into one new law firm will help us...

Things to consider before you sign With any new build comes a mass of plans and decisions to be made - the location, the floor plan, the exterior cladding, the internal decor and the fittings. However, before shovels even hit the soil, one of the most...

With any new build comes a mass of plans and decisions to be made - the location, the floor plan, the exterior cladding, the internal decor and the fittings. However, before shovels even hit the soil, one of the most important foundations to be laid...

Privacy law changes The Privacy Act 2020 was passed on 30 June 2020 and comes into force on 1 December 2020. It will repeal and replace the current Privacy Act 1993, and will update the law to reflect the continually-evolving needs of the digital age. Some of...

For all overseas purchasers It seems as though the Overseas Investment Office (OIO) has been under constant evolution over the last two years. In June, the OIO enacted a change that now requires all overseas purchasers of New Zealand business assets to submit a notification to...