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Waikato Lawyers

With offices in Hamilton, Cambridge and Paeroa, we’re here to help our clients and people build better lives. Our focus on client relationships is what really sets us apart – real people, real care, real results.

We’re renowned for excellence, our attention to detail and our priority on hiring the best people possible, to work with you in a close working relationship. We’ve worked hard on building that reputation over the 140 plus years we’ve been in business, here in the Waikato.

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Waikato Lawyers

Respect is something that can only be earned, and in our 143 year history, we hope we’ve well and truly achieved that.

We’re renowned for excellence, our attention to detail, and our priority on hiring the very best people. But our focus on client relationships is what really sets us apart – real people, real care, real results.

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How can we help you today?

One of the things we pride ourselves on is the depth and distinction of our team, covering all aspects of law.

How can we help you today?

Our difference is in relationship

While it’s the business that sustains us, it’s the people that drive us. We do what we do to help people – our clients are key. And our open, accurate and one-step-ahead approach means achieving the best for them, every time.

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Our difference is in relationship

While it’s the business that sustains us, it’s the people that drive us. We do what we do to help people – our clients are key. And our open, accurate and one-step-ahead approach means achieving the best for them, every time.

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Our latest thinking

Our latest thinking

Private Development Agreements

Wanting to develop but there doesn’t seem to be infrastructure available? A development agreement is a useful tool to assist in timeframes and obligations between development and the local authority.

All good in the hood

In the alcohol licensing process, it is important to understand how a locality can impact alcohol licence applications. This article discusses how the “amenity and good order” of the locality is relevant in the licence application.

Retentions under the Construction Contracts Act 2002 – Changes are Coming

The loopholes in the Act’s retentions regime are about to tighten. Contractors are set to face an increased administrative burden when managing retentions. There will also be significant consequences if the Act is not complied with. In this article Building and Construction Expert, Karen Shaw, outlines the changes that are currently being considered by Parliament.

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