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Our difference is
in relationships
Our difference is in relationships
Excellence
sets the bar
Excellence sets the bar
Ready to listen,
set to respond
Ready to listen, set to respond
Proudly serving the
Waikato since 1875
Proudly serving the Waikato since 1875

Hamilton 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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Hamilton 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.

More about us

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.

Meet our team

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.

More about us

Our latest thinking

Our latest thinking

When there’s (nearly) a Will, there’s a way

What happens if someone dies without a will, but a document exists which seems to express the deceased’s intentions? This article explores options to ensure the deceased’s wishes are fulfilled, notwithstanding the absence of a formal will.

Contribution claims, Limitation and the Building Act 2004 – An ongoing debate

In a recent High Court decision, BNZ Branch Properties Limited v Wellington City Council the Court found that the 10 year longstop period in the Building Act 2004 does not apply to claims for contribution under s 17(1)(c) of the Law Reform Act 1936. This is the latest in a series of conflicting High Court authorities on this point.

Act In Haste, Repent At Leisure

Do your homework before purchasing – that is the message which has been reinforced in a recent case which came before the High Court. In Shabor Ltd v Graham, the purchaser of a large farm in the Waikato sued the vendor for misrepresentation under the Fair Trading Act after the purchaser discovered that the farm did not hold the stock numbers advertised in the marketing material.

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