Coronavirus and COVID-19 and the resulting national “lockdown” has resulted in significant distress for a very large number of businesses including both landlords and tenants. The New Zealand Government has, in response to the COVID-19 epidemic, issued notices under the Epidemic Preparedness Act 2006, the Heath Act 1956 and the Civil Defence Emergency Management Act 2002. What are the rights and obligations of landlord and tenant in this period? How do those notices, and the various directives under them, affect them?
This seminar will include:
By attending this seminar you will gain:
Civil litigators, company/commercial lawyers, in-house lawyers and general practitioners.
A short paper, in PDF format, together with a copy of the Powerpoint presentation will be emailed out prior to the seminar.
|Bob Hollyman QC
Barrister, Shortland Chambers,Auckland
Bob practises as a barrister, primarily in commercial litigation. He was admitted in 1995, and has been a member of Shortland Chambers since 2006. Bob has represented and advised parties involved in all sorts of lease and property disputes.
Barrister, Richmond Chambers, Auckland
Antony has been a commercial litigator since 2002, and has acted in a wide range of commercial disputes and contentious regulatory matters. After working as a solicitor at firms in Auckland and London, he returned to New Zealand in 2012 to join the bar. He has acted for both landlords and tenants, as well as parties involved in other commercial and property disputes.
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