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By knowingly withholding property of yours, your flatmate may be committing the crime of theft by conversion. We suggest you refer the matter to...
Community Law Wellington & Hutt Valley answered 30 Apr 2013
It can be quite difficult to prove that something has been "abandoned" in a legal sense. The person claiming abandonment needs to show that there...
Community Law Wellington & Hutt Valley answered 11 Apr 2013
If you can, you should talk to your neighbour to explain why the location of the boundary is where you think it is. You may have a copy of the...
Community Law Wellington & Hutt Valley answered 11 Apr 2013
You should talk to your family about what next steps they plan to take. A caveat prevents you from "dealing" with the property (meaning you...
Community Law Wellington & Hutt Valley answered 11 Apr 2013
No, you are not likely to be liable for an injury to a person because the injury will be covered by ACC. ACC provides no-fault insurance cover for...
Community Law Wellington & Hutt Valley answered 7 Mar 2013