Fineprint Newsletter Summer 2019. No 80

fineprint newsletter summer 2019

In this issue:
1 Smooth sailing this summer
3 Enjoy our waterways – but think water safety!
4 Rural fires
5 Trusts Act 2019
6 Postscript

Rural eSpeaking, Summer 2019. No 31

rural espeaking summer 2019

Welcome to the Summer, and final, edition of Rural eSpeaking for 2019.
Do enjoy the articles in this e-newsletter. If you would like to talk further with us on any of the topics covered, or indeed any rural matter, our details are above. We wish you all a very Merry Christmas, and a safe and happy 2020. Meri Kirihimete me te Hape Nū Ia.

Rural eSpeaking, Autumn 2019. No 29

Welcome to the first edition of Rural eSpeaking for 2019.

Enjoy the articles in this e-newsletter – we hope you find them both interesting and useful. If you would like to talk further with us on any of the topics covered, or indeed any legal matter, please contact us – our details are above.

Lauren Fargher admitted to the bar

On Friday 2nd November at the Palmerston North High Court, the courtroom was filled to the brim for the admission of Lauren Fargher from our office and Brianna Freebairn (another local Palmerston North law graduate) to the roll of barristers and solicitors.

Melissa Bourke elected to NZ LAW Limited Board

Melissa Bourke BA, LLB

NZ LAW Limited has announced the election of two new directors to its board – Melissa Bourke (Palmerston North) and Brent Winkelmann (Taupō). These appointments took effect from 5 October 2018. Melissa and Brent have taken the places of retiring directors Jacqui Gray and Michael de Buyzer.

Rural eSpeaking, Spring 2018. No 27

rural espeaking spring 2018

We are all looking forward to the warmer weather, and good pasture and crop growth now that spring is upon us.

Enjoy reading this edition of Rural eSpeaking. If you would like to talk further about any of the topics here, or of course any other legal matter, please contact us. Our details are above.

Fineprint Newsletter Winter 2018

The Winter 2018 edition of our newsletter, Fineprint has interesting and enjoyable articles on Making sure your loved one is mentally capable when signing their will…

Sponsorship of Pukaha Mount Bruce National Wildlife Centre

pukaha mount bruce

Innes Dean Tararua Law is proud to announce our sponsorship of Pukaha Mount Bruce National Wildlife Centre. The local restoration centre works to restore the remaining indigenous forest of the area while also supporting and rehabilitating the local wildlife.

Rural eSpeaking, Autumn 2018, No 26

rural eSpeaking 26 innes dean tararua

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?