Commercial, Property, and Regulatory
Our broad range of responsibilities includes regulation of real estate agents, private investigators and security guards. We have a major role to play in support and advice relating to private law including:
- censorship legislation
- property law
- contract law
- wills and succession
- trust law.
We also work with addressing questions of private international law – the domestic legal rules in each country that arise when a transaction, dispute or a relationship has a connection with two or more countries.
In this section
- Property managers review: A review of the regulation of property managers.
- Prostitution law reform: Under the Prostitution Reform Act every operator of a prostitution business must hold a certificate.
- Real estate reform: Find answers to frequently asked questions about the Act, what it means for people who carry out real estate agency work.
- Trustee Act changes: The Government has introduced legislation to ensure Public Trust does not have to shoulder the cost of stepping in to replace the trustees of failed finance companies.