Rural eSpeaking, Autumn 2018, No 26

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The Autumn 2018 edition of our regular farm-focussed e-newsletter, Rural eSpeaking, is availlable. We hope that you find the articles in Rural eSpeaking both interesting and useful. Inside:

• Having your own terms of sale
• Easements – get them right first time
• Over the Fence: Minimum wge rates rise on 1 April – Stock movements: Gypsy Day approaching and Mycoplasma bovis – New milk cooling regulations – Employment Relations Amendment Bill 2018: Changes afoot

To talk further on any of the above topics, or indeed on any legal matter, please don’t hesitate to be in touch with us.

Health & Safety Prosecutions

health and safety legal compliance

The amputation of part of a worker’s hand caught in machinery meant a court case that had the potential to consider maximum fines of up to $3million. Do you need to review your safety compliance?

Congratulations Melissa Bourke

The directors of Innes Dean Tararua Law Ltd are proud to announce Melissa Bourke as a new director from 1 July 2017.

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2016 Southern Tararua Business Awards

Our Pahiatua branch proudly won the Southern Tararua Business runner up award for “Best professional Service” for the 2016.  A …