EHW Law News – Christmas 2023

In this edition:

  • Relief against forfeiture – the rights of commercial lessees.
  • Change in Government and changes to Employment Laws!
  • Can Trustees delegate their powers to someone else?
  • Changes to the Retirement Villages Act in the wind.

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Changes to the Retirement Villages Act in the wind

The Retirement Villages Act 2003, a crucial legal framework for retirement village governance, is undergoing a very thorough review after two decades of service. With the retirement village sector and elderly population expanding significantly, the need to ensure the legislation remains relevant and effective is important. Why review? The Ministry

Can Trustees delegate their powers to someone else?

If you are a trustee, whether the trust is charitable, trading or a typical family trust, you should be aware of the powers and obligations you have. Many trusts hold significant assets and, for their trustees, require time and effort in making decisions. Where that is the case, not surprisingly,