Tag Archives: Legal issues and support

Legal class action against Southern Response?

Wednesday’s Press has an article Southern Response class action ‘no win, no fee’ here. The proposal, offered by law firm GCA lawyers, is for “disgruntled customers of a major earthquake claims-holder to join “no win, no fee”class action lawsuit.” Sounds … Continue reading

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Insurers – Changing a rebuild to a repair.

Today’s Press has an article by Lane Neave law firm partner Dr Duncan Webb on insurers changing a rebuild into a repair. This article is part of an on-going “agony uncle” series on how the law applies to certain situations. … Continue reading

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Southern Response – update on Build options especially cross lease properties

Southern Response have updated their webpage on options available to those with rebuilds. Part of the new information relates to people with cross leased properties. The update is here and the cross lease information below (original here). Making your Southern … Continue reading

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Community Law Canterbury – update

Community Law Canterbury (CLC) reopened for 2013 from today.  For appointments and opening hours contact them on 03 3666 870.  The outreach clinics will reopen the week of the 14th of January. For the first time since since the February … Continue reading

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Disturbing public order in the name of protest

Last year’s TIME Magazine Person of the Year was the protester. Public protest actions brought down dictators in Tunisia, Egypt, and Libya. The Occupy movement put economic inequality and financial reform on the agenda. This is the opening of media … Continue reading

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