Issue 508 | 30 August 2021
LexisNexis® News
Did you know that our LexisNexis training webinars are complementary and most are 
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Friday, 3rd of September at 11am

Lexis Red provides off-line access to digital versions of your key LexisNexis publications on iPad, laptop, PC, Macbook or Android devices. This session will show you how to download the app to access relevant content, highlight sections of text and make annotations in your publications. Lexis Red is a great way to access your preferred commentary sources when you are working remotely, on the go, or for a user-friendly reading experience that resembles hardcopy, online or off-line.
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Monday, 6th of September at 12pm

Look under the hood of Lexis Advance to get a better understanding of how CaseBase and LexCite work as our case law and legislation citators. Understand the sources from which they draw their information and how they can be used to aid your legal research and save you time.
Duration: 60 min

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Improve your research skills and save time using Lexis Advance. In our Bar-focused training session, discover how to customise your publications efficiently, learn how to filter your search results, link to your favourite publications, highlight and make annotations, create your own work folders to organise your research results, and stay up to date with the latest content. Makes researching easy for you.
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Unable to attend our webinars? Visit Learning Options on the LexisNexis Knowledge Network and explore alternative ways our Learning Consultants can tailor your training experience to meet your needs and skill set.
LexisNexis ONDEMAND webinars are delivered by subject experts and accompanied by a short comprehension quiz. Our latest ONDEMAND webinars are as follows:

Guidance on the principles and practical issues associated with workplace disciplinary processes and investigations.
Duration: 60 min

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The webinar looks at the recurring issues of fairness and reward that are commonly encountered during inheritance disputes and provides legal advisors, arbitrators and mediators with tools to advise and manage these when drafting or advising clients on wills, estates and succession.
Duration: 60 min

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This webinar examines the ongoing challenges of knowing your customer and practicalities of ensuring appropriate customer due diligence in an increasingly digital world in order to meet AML/CFT requirements.
Duration: 60 min

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Applying for a court order to administer a deceased estate when a person dies without a will is often complicated. This webinar appraises the requirements for an application of intestacy; the selection of appropriate evidence in support of the application and the recognition of factors that affect entitlement.
Duration: 60 min

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The application process for Letters of Administration with the will annexed differs from probate applications, and knowing what matters need to be considered and addressed and supported by evidence, or indeed omitted, when making an application, is not always clear. This webinar provides guidance on recognising the key requirements for the preparation of a valid will and the requirements for making an improperly executed will declared valid.
Duration: 60 min

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To find out more about the content webinars, click via the eStore here.
Paul Heath & Mike Whale (editors)

RRP*incl GST: $200.00 $180.00 (pre-order price)
ISBN: 9781988546605 (book – two volume set)            
Publication date: September 2021
Peter Watts QC, Hon. Justice Neil Campbell & Chris Hare

RRP*incl GST: $160.00 $144.00 (pre-order price)
ISBN: 9781988546346 (book)
ISBN: 9781988546353 (ebook)                          
Publication date: November 2021
Mazengarb’s Employment Law

Service 263 is now available online.

This service includes updated commentary to pts 2, 9 and 9A of the Employment Relations Act, the Employment Court Regulations, and the Health and Safety at Work Act 2015, as well as updated commentary on contractual aspects of employment and mediation.
Gordon Anderson & Dawn Duncan                     

RRP*incl GST: $150.00 $135.00 (pre-order price)
ISBN: 9781988546582 (book)                            
ISBN: 9781988546599 (ebook)                          
Publication date: December 2021
Practical Guidance: Family

Latest legal updates
Oranga Tamariki applied to Family Court to remove Māori girl from care of Pākehā couple for failing to meet her cultural needs

Bill simplifying changing sex on birth certificate passes second reading

Family Court (Supporting Children in Court) Legislation Bill passes third reading

Couples are increasingly signing “pet prenups”

Urgent protection order lost in delays
Mark Henaghan, Bill Atkin, Shonagh Burnhill & Anna Chapman              

RRP*incl GST: $175.00 $157.50 (pre-order price)
ISBN: 9781988546636 (book – two volume set)                         
Publication date: October 2021

RRP*incl GST: $150.00 $135.00 (pre-order price)
ISBN: 9781988546889 (book – two volume set)                         
Publication date: October 2021
Adams’ Land Transfer

Service 102 is now available online.

This service includes updated commentary to pts 1-4 of the Land Transfer Act, as well as updated commentary on Māori land law for conveyancers.
Wills and Succession

Wills and Succession Service 76 (August 2021) is now available online.

The Law Commission is undertaking a review of succession law in New Zealand. In April 2021 it published Law Commission Review of Succession Law: Rights to a person’s property on death (NZLC IP46, 2021).

Case commentary has been updated in Chapter 2 (Nature of a will), Chapter 3 (Testamentary capacity), Chapter 4 (Formal requirements), Chapter 5 (Revocation, Alteration of Wills), Chapter 6 (Construction of wills), Chapter 9 (Wills and intestacy in practice) and Chapter 16 (Māori wills).

Practical Guidance: Succession

Latest legal update
Amount of money that Kiwis need to get a will
Law of Trusts

Law of Trusts Service 60 (August 2021) is now available online.

The Trusts Precedents from New Zealand Forms and Precedents have been updated. Additional precedents have been added from Practical Guidance Trusts (by Maria Young and Peter Eastgate from Cavell Leitch).

Case commentary has been added under sections of the Trusts Act 2019 and in chapters on Charitable Trusts and Trusts and Family Law.

Practical Guidance: Trusts

Latest legal update
Beddoe order allows trust to pay for litigation
Chris Kelly, Greg Kelly, Colette McKenzie & Kimberly Lawrence

RRP*incl GST: $220.00 $198.00 (pre-order price)
ISBN: 9781988546292 (book)
ISBN: 9781988546308 (ebook)
Publication date: October 2021
New Zealand Women’s Law Journal – Te Aho Kawe Kaupapa Ture a ngā Wāhine, Volume 4, 2020                                     
The New Zealand Women’s Law Journal Trust

RRP*incl GST: $30.00
ISBN: NZWLJ2020VOL4        
Publication date: September 2021
Katie Cowan                                               

RRP*incl GST: $30.00 $27.00 (pre-order price)
ISBN: 9781988546520 (book)
ISBN: 9781988546537 (ebook)        
Publication date: September 2021
LexisNexis Hardcopy Service Update | COVID-19 Alert Levels 3 & 4

While the rest of New Zealand moves to Alert Level 3, and Auckland remains at Alert Level 4 – We are able to process online textbook orders at this time, but printing & shipping orders will be delayed until Alert Levels are reduced. Please ensure the delivery address you supply at checkout is suitable for contactless delivery.

For customers of hardcopy looseleaf updates, textbooks and law reports, these will also be delayed as above. Please contact your Relationship Manager if you have any questions about your subscriptions during this time.

There could be delivery delays due to courier capacity; we appreciate your understanding. Please stay safe & be kind. Kia kaha!
Disclaimer: This service is intended to provide a summary of information recently made available on the LexisNexis online legal platform. The contents of Summing Up do not purport to be professional advice on any particular matter. The publishers therefore accept no liability for any claim or other action that may arise from the use of the information provided in this publication.

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