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  1. LCRO 87/2018 QZ v FZB (20 December 2019) [pdf, 231 KB]

    ...beneficiaries of the trust. The main asset of the trust was a residential property (the residence), occupied by Mr and Mrs TV as their home, which was subject to a bank mortgage.2 1 2 Mrs TV’s children are XF, RP and AR. Mr TV’s children are VI and CH. Deed of Trust (15 March 2004). 2 [4] The trust deed conferred the power of appointment of trustees on Mr and Mrs TV, and on their death, on their “administrators or executors or trustees”, or the “administrators or executors or tru...

  2. LCRO 104/2019 RY v DN (1 May 2020) [pdf, 273 KB]

    ...and (e) Mr DN had been instructed to do no more than prepare the conveyancing documents reflecting the independently-decided ownership arrangement 3 Ms RY, correspondence to Complaints Service (3 September 2018). 5 and to prepare a corresponding deed of acknowledgement of debt to record the loan from Mr EJ to Mr and Mrs EW; and (f) Mr DN was not asked to provide advice on the merits of the relative contributions or arrangements as to the occupation and ongoing sharing of costs in respect...

  3. Ministry of Justice annual report 2018-19 [pdf, 5.2 MB]

    ...here, safeandeffectivejustice.govt.nz/about-this-work/ hui-maori/). This report captures the kōrero and the recommendations that came out of the Māori justice hui. • The system is too focused on punishment and neglects prevention, rehabilitation, reconciliation and repair of the harm done by crime. Who we engaged with in 2018/19 • Individuals and whānau feel unsupported and disempowered by the system, and the ability of whānau, hapū, iwi, communities, NGOs and others to provide su...

  4. Ministry of Justice annual report 2018-19 [pdf, 5.2 MB]

    ...here, safeandeffectivejustice.govt.nz/about-this-work/ hui-maori/). This report captures the kōrero and the recommendations that came out of the Māori justice hui. • The system is too focused on punishment and neglects prevention, rehabilitation, reconciliation and repair of the harm done by crime. Who we engaged with in 2018/19 • Individuals and whānau feel unsupported and disempowered by the system, and the ability of whānau, hapū, iwi, communities, NGOs and others to provide su...

  5. Directory of Official Information 2019 S-U [pdf, 1.5 MB]

    ...Registration Board Level 7 110 Featherston Street Wellington 6011 PO Box 3452 Wellington Central Wellington 6140 Phone: (04) 931 2650 Fax: (04) 931 2651 Website: www.swrb.org.nz Email: info@swrb.org.nz 13 Solid Energy New Zealand Limited (Subject to Deed of Company Arrangement) Governing statutes Solid Energy is a state-owned enterprise under the State-Owned Enterprises Act 1986 and the Companies Act 1993. Solid Energy does not administer any Acts. Functions and Responsibilities Solid Energ...

  6. 2020 Cannabis Referendum - Public Release Documents [pdf, 2.7 MB]

    CE Office of the Minister of Justice Cabinet Committee 2020 Cannabis Referendum – Draft material for public release OF Proposal JU ST I In Confidence On 17 December 2018, Cabinet agreed to hold a binding referendum at the 2020 General Election to determine whether legislative provisions for the lega isation of recreational cannabis should be adopted [CAB-18-MIN-0641.02 refers]. In May 2019, Cabinet further agreed to the parameters of the referendum including the design of the referendum