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The law is constantly changing. It’s one of the many reasons why our clients retain our services to keep a finger on the pulse for them. A rather significant change is coming into force next month. If you operate in the commercial space you need to be aware of changes to the Contract and Commercial Law Act 2017 (Act).
These changes will consolidate and modernise New Zealand’s laws relating to contracts and sales.
What does the Act do?
One of the true characters of the legal profession has called it a day. David Lyon retired from the firm he helped build, after 54 years practising law.
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