We’ve helped many a nervous buyer through their first purchase and so we’re well practised at anticipating the things you might want to know. Here are some of the most frequent questions our team is asked…
A right of renewal and a lease extension may have the same practical effect, however, there is a separate and distinct legal difference between the two. Angela Barnett explains.
New rules have been introduced to residential tenancies as a consequence of the COVID-19 pandemic. These could cause some practical issues, particularly if the owner of a tenanted property is thinking of selling. Matt Smalberger explains.
With so much uncertainty until we eliminate COVID-19, Denise Marsden has some extra clauses sellers and buyers might consider adding to agreements for sales and purchase.
Enduring Power of Attorney documents have become much more detailed than the old one-pagers. They are more work but produce a much better result says, Angela Mills.
Making a will is not just about deciding what to do with your assets when you’re gone. A well-written will reflects your wishes even when you’re not there.
Insider knowledge: Christine Cechova looks at three consistent themes which seem to make the cross-lease conversions we have completed easier.
Are you entitled to use your KiwiSaver for your first home? Kylie Carbines looks at First Home Withdrawals and Home-Start Grants.
As we move towards COVID-19 alert level 3, Denise Marsden looks at what this means for property settlements both residential and commercial.
In the first of a series of four asset planning articles, Angela Mills takes a humorous look at Trusts from a personal perspective. Using her time in lockdown to fix the proverbial leaky tap in the plumber’s house.
Debra Dorrington has stepped down as a director and owner of AlexanderDorrington. Her resignation was effective from 31 March 2020. She will continue to work in the business supporting the directors in the short term.
Tenants unable to gain access to premises they rent to fully conduct their business are entitled to relief under ADLS Sixth Edition 2012. We look deeper at what this means for both landlords and tenants.