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Primary industry clients are faced with more complex economic and regulatory issues on a regular basis and the need to engage effectively with public sector agencies is essential for progress and growth.
The presenter will take a practical approach in outlining the way your clients may be impacted by public sector agencies, in particular in provincial, regional and rural New Zealand where primary industries are your key clients.
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Author: Setareh Masoud-Ansari
Published: 8 March 2018
This paper provides an overview of regulatory framework affecting the New Zealand primary industry and provides practical approaches to respond proactively on your client’s behalf. Primary industry clients are faced with ever more complex economic and regulatory issues. Each new legislation, regulation, plan and policy adds to the bottom line of an industry that is often family run. Although the cost of regulation is an element that is part of the mix of matters that a government of local authority looks at before imposing the regulation, often the true cost of regulation is not reflected in legislation and policy. As such, as advisors, lawyers need to engage effectively with the public sector both at the primary stage when policy and legislation are being drafted and at the implementation stage when a client is required to do something as a result of the introduction of new legislation or policy, or simply because an activity a client is conducting falls within an existing regulatory framework.
The aim of this paper is to set out some of the main areas of law that impact on primary industries, and how to assist your clients if they approach you with an issue. Given that there are over a 1000 regulatory instruments on the books between central and local government, not every one is covered, only the most significant ones. However, the proposed approach can assist in most instances.
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Author: Francis Cooke QC