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"The ninth edition of the New Zealand Law Dictionary has been revised to include an expanded list of legal terms. As a result, this new edition contains over 5,000 entries. Experienced editor Judge Peter Spiller again brings his expertise to the title, building on the exemplary s ...
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Examines the judges and the work of New Zealand's premier local court during a significant period in its modern history.
By Spiller, Peter; Finn, Jeremy; Boast, Richard
A summary of the major historical themes of New Zealand's legal development.
Dispute Resolution in New Zealand is the only book that reflects the range of dispute resolution processes in New Zealand. This new edition builds on the work in the first edition by incorporating statutory changes and commentary on dispute resolution which have emerged since the ...
The New Zealand Law Dictionary is designed to provide a basic understanding of the terms that are used in New Zealand law. The Dictionary provides, where possible, statutory and other legal references to illustrate the ways in which the defined terms are used in New Zealand law. ...
Provides a record of the lives and careers of three significant figures in 19th and early 20th century colonial history. Henry Samuel Chapman was the first puisne Judge of the Supreme Court; his son Frederick Revans Chapman was the first New Zealand-born Supreme Court judge, and ...
The Disputes Tribunals of New Zealand provides a clear understanding of how the Tribunals work. The book covers all key aspects of the Tribunals and concludes with case studies which illustrate the operation of the Tribunals.
By Spiller, Peter; Reinecke, Nicolas; Ungerman, Drew; Teixeira, Henrique
How to achieve procurement excellence today and evolve to be ready for tomorrow Procurement entrepreneurship pays. High-performing procurement teams can deliver huge value to their companies--regardless of industry.
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