Issue 507 | 16 August 2021
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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.
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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.
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Company and Securities Law Bulletin

Issue 7 is now available online.

This issue provides headnotes for Asphalt Supply Co Ltd v Cole John Ltd [2021] NZHC 1257, George Grant Engineering Ltd v Fabrication & Pipe Services Ltd [2021] NZHC 1281, Arnerich v DHC Assets Ltd [2021] NZCA 225 and Settlers Honey Ltd v First Honey NZ Ltd [2021] NZHC 1576.
Electronic Business and Technology Law

July 2021 – Service 42

This service included amendments to the following legislation: Contract and Commercial Law Act 2017, Electronic Identity Verification Regulations 2013, Crimes Act 1961, Telecommunications Act 2001, Electronic Identity Verification Act 2012, Privacy Act 2013 and the Marine Transport Act 1994.
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
Employment Law Bulletin

Issue 3 of 2021 is now available online.

This issue focuses on “non-employment working relationships”. This area of law has seen a lot of movement over the last couple of years. In particular, there have been a number of significant cases exploring the “true nature” of employment relationships, the Controlling Third Parties amendments to the Employment Relations Act 2000 have now taken effect, and the MBIE is currently consulting about the status of “dependent contractors”.
Practical Guidance: Family

Latest legal updates
Court of Appeal ruled that only judges can hear family violence bail applications

Law Commission releases Issues Paper on surrogacy law

New Zealand Court of Appeal has no jurisdiction to enforce deferred dowry payment by United Arab Emirates husband to wife upon divorce

Family Court struggles due to outdated technology
New Zealand Family Law Reports

Part 19 of Volume 2020 is now available online.

Dina v Nevin — [2020] NZFLR 841

Relationship property — Division of property — Relationship debts — Legal expenses incurred in proceedings for care of child from previous relationship — Whether joint debt — Whether fees incurred for benefit of both parties — Whether child support payments relationship debt — Valuation of chattels and vehicles — Post-separation contributions — Occupational rent — Vesting of property — Economic disparity — Property (Relationships) Act 1976, ss 2, 15, 15(2)(a), 15(2)(b), 18, 18B, 20, 20(1)(a), 20(1)(e), 20E, 21, 21(b), 21(e), 25 and 33.

GF v Chief Executive of Oranga Tamariki—Ministry for Children — [2020] NZFLR 860

Guardianship — Dispute between guardians — Application for direction — Guardians unable to agree as to whether child should be vaccinated — Childhood vaccination schedule — Welfare and best interests of child — Plan for administration of vaccines — Oranga Tamariki Act 1989, ss 4(a), 5, 5(1)(b)(iv), 5(1)(b)(v), 13(1), 13(2)(j), 101, 110 and 115.

Palamo v Sale — [2020] NZFLR 866

Consent to marry — Minor — Seventeen-year-old — Whether need for litigation guardian — Seeking marriage before birth of his child — Religious and cultural factors — Free from undue influence — Family Court Rules 2002, rr 90 and 90A — Marriage Act 1955, s 18.

J v Family Court at Auckland — [2020] NZFLR 870

Family violence — Temporary protection order — Judicial review of temporary protection order — Interim stay of protection order proceedings — Position to preserve — Serious question to determine — Care of Children Act 2004, ss 13, 14 and 57A — Family Violence Act 2018, ss 3, 4, 76, 77, 78 79, 85, 107, 147, 148, 149, 150, 153 and 155 — Judicature Amendment Act 1972, s 8 — Judicial Review Procedure Act 2016, s 15 — Family Court Rules 2002, rr 107, 206 and 315 — High Court Rules 2016, r 30.4.
Conveyancing Bulletin

Volume 19 issue 13 is now available online.

This issue includes comment on key recent cases in the areas of sale of land, caveats, co-ownership, easements, freehold covenants, and landlord and tenant.
Bill Patterson

RRP*incl GST: $200.00
ISBN: 9781988546506 (book)
ISBN: 9781988546513 (ebook)
Publication date: 26 May 2021
Practical Guidance: Trusts

Latest legal update
Common myths and misunderstandings about the new Trusts Act 2019
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
Ross Carter                                                     

RRP*incl GST: $180.00
ISBN: 9780947514983 (book)                          
ISBN: 9780947514990 (ebook)
Publication date: 26 May 2021
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