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Some practical issues regarding the transaction of right to inviolability of personal life and perso

The right to inviolability of personal life is one of the most essential components in the system of values of modern society which is established in constitutions or laws of relevant connotation of various countries. Acknowledgement of the right to inviolability of personal life as a constitutional right is currently highly necessary and is possible within scopes of certain level of development of engineering and information technologies. A person’s personal life is directly related to his/her personal data, the inviolability and security of which is what creates actual conditions for making the inviolability of his/her personal life real.


This article provides general overview about transaction types and their approval procedure. As a result, the Company has to determine the transaction types and applicable statutory requirements in regard to its conclusion.

“Clean and tidy” lease clause requires tenant to remediate subsoil contamination

September 2015 - Corporate and commercial. Legal Developments by Bell Gully.

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“Clean and tidy” lease clause requires tenant to remediate subsoil contamination

Belinda Green, Senior Associate | Monday 31 August 2015

The Court of Appeal has overturned the decision in the High Court, and ordered Mobil to pay NZ$10 million in damages to its landlord, Auckland Waterfront Development Agency Limited, to remediate subsurface contamination in the Wynyard Quarter “tank farm” area1. As a result of this judgement, tenants may be liable to remediate contamination pursuant to repair covenants under their leases – even with wording as seemingly innocuous as an obligation to keep the land in “clean and tidy order”.