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This page is dedicated to keeping readers informed of the latest news and thought leadership articles from law firms across the globe.

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The meaning and contestability of fair risk allocation in commercial contracting

September 2019 - Real estate. Legal Developments by Bell Gully.

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This article focuses on fair risk allocation in the New Zealand construction industry.

What is the latest in privacy law reform?

November 2018 - Real estate. Legal Developments by Bell Gully.

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The Overseas Investment Amendment Bill (the Bill) was passed yesterday after its third and final reading. It is likely to receive Royal assent this month. Once that occurs, the provisions of the Bill that limit the ability of overseas persons to purchase residential property in New Zealand and the changes in the regime governing overseas investments in forestry will officially become part of the Overseas Investment Act (the Act).

OIO residential land amendments delayed

August 2018 - Real estate. Legal Developments by Bell Gully.

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The date for the Select Committee to report to Parliament on the Overseas Investment Amendment Bill (the Bill) has been extended to 21 June 2018. The Select Committee's report was previously anticipated on 31 May 2018. This delay is unsurprising given the substantial number of submissions to the Select Committee, and it is encouraging to see the Select Committee taking more time to work through the potential unintended consequences for businesses from the Bill. 

Ministers block Lochinver Station purchase – what it means for overseas investors

November 2016 - Real estate. Legal Developments by Bell Gully.

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Ministers block Lochinver Station purchase – what it means for overseas investors

Glenn Shewan, Senior Associate | Friday 18 September 2015

​​​​The decision by Government Ministers Paula Bennett and Louise Upston to decline consent to the NZ$88 million bid by Chinese-owned Pure 100 Farm Ltd (Pure) to buy the Lochinver Station made national headlines yesterday.​

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