No access and Covid 19

2 April 2020 The “no access” clause came about because of the Christchurch earthquakes. Tenants in the red-zone under ADLS leases were not entitled to rent relief when they could not access their properties where there was no physical damage. The market responded. The ADLS deed of lease was updated and a no access clause…

Three consecutive days of settlements for major property developments sets a new company record

On Monday 16th October our team handled settlements for close to 250 apartments and 30 carparks. This huge piece of work was undertaken for property development client, SugarTree. It is the second stage of a three phase development which bridges the suburbs of Ponsonby, Grey Lynn and Freemans Bay with the hub of the inner…

Designation notice improves the management structure options for communal facilities

What’s not to love about modern user-friendly legislation? Nearly a year ago the need to set up Incorporated Societies in order to manage communal facilities on a property development, became a thing of the past.   Incorporated Societies have their place but they require a minimum of 15 members, a common seal and are governed…