Commercial Law in New Zealand is an authoritative legal work covering all major areas of practice in the commercial setting. It aims to assist the busy legal practitioner to understand the often complex statutory provisions regulating commercial law by presenting them in a practical, accessible and easy-to-use fashion.
It builds on the highly successful text Butterworths Commercial Law in New Zealand, and adopts a narrative approach to commercial law practice, rather than simply annotating statute. In doing so, Commercial Law in New Zealand presents a unique, incisive and highly compelling reference product.
Written by a team of leading academics and practitioners, Commercial Law in New Zealand
is presented in eight parts and covers over 50 separate practice focus points – ranging from contract law to the Personal Property Securities Act 1999.
|Author/s||Henry Holderness (Consulting Editor), Stephen Todd, Jeremy Finn, Debra Wilson, Matthew Barber, Richard Scragg, Renee Stiles, Simon Jensen, Anna Parker, Tony Dellow, and Sascha Mueller
|Ideal for||Commercial Lawyers, In-house Counsel, Legal Advisers, Corporate & Company Accountants
|Format||One-volume looseleaf, Online, Lexis Red
|Servicing||Four times per year
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