Building Law in NZ eReference

Building Law in NZ eReference

Judith Cheyne, Duncan Laing, Brian Cashin, Jonathan Kaye, Charlene Fairnie, Charlotte Fox

eReference - ProView

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Date: 31/07/2015

Code: 41861122

Thomson Reuters, NEW ZEALAND

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Building Law in NZ eReference

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Building Law in New Zealand

Online Building Law in New Zealand - Westlaw NZ 41169065 POA Enquiry

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Building Law in New Zealand - Westlaw NZ

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Description

Building Law in New Zealand is an ideal resource for anyone who needs an up-to-date analysis of the law governing building and construction in New Zealand.

This service brings together all the necessary legislation and information on how the courts and relevant authorities have applied and interpreted the law.

Building Law in New Zealand is written for the following key groups:

  • Lawyers who advise clients on building and construction issues;
  • Local authority regulators, advisers and others involved in building-related matters; and
  • Building industry participants who require a working knowledge of New Zealand building law.

The major changes to New Zealand building law introduced by the Building Act 1991 and carried on by the 2004 Act are covered in detail. Overviews of each piece of governing legislation are complemented with expert commentary on how specific provisions have been applied and work in practice.

This service also provides an overview of all important Determinations made since introduction of the Building Code.

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