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Heaney & Partners appear before various statutory tribunals, disciplinary bodies - as well as all courts.

 

 

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October 20 2023
RAUE V HARCOURTS HAMILL REALITY & ANOR (CA)

We acted for Hamill Realty Ltd in successfully defending an application by the Appellant, Ms Raue, through which she sought to file her case on appeal out of time.

March 28 2023
DETAILS SUPPRESSED (REA)

We acted for a real estate agency and its sales agent in this disciplinary investigation by the Real Estate Authorities’ Complaints Assessment Committee.

October 31 2022
ROCK AND RUBBLE LTD V OWERS (DC)

Artem was junior counsel in a successful summary judgment brought against a debtor to enforce a personal guarantee.

May 18 2022
RAUE V HARCOURTS HAMILL LTD & ANOR (HC)

We successfully defended an application for leave to appeal a decision of the District Court, brought out of time, by a tenant of a property that our client managed.

March 11 2022
Complaint number 41618 [Details suppressed] (REA)

We successfully defended our real estate agency and sales agent clients against a complaint made against them to the REA. The Complaints Assessment Committee decided to take no further action.

July 15 2020
BODY CORPORATE 378351 V AUCKLAND COUNCIL (HC)

We succeeded in having 14 defects, not part of the original WHRS assessor’s report, struck out.

September 16 2019
SCENIC CIRCLE HOTEL GROUP LTD V WEST COAST REGIONAL COUNCIL & ANOR (HC)

We successfully resisted an application by Stuff for access to the documents on the court file.

July 11 2019
PAINE V CARTER HOLT HARVEY & ORS

We act for twenty third party councils joined to this representative action by Carter Holt Harvey (CHH).  CHH is being sued by a number of home owners with Shadowclad, a CHH product, on their houses.  The claim is representative and funded by a litigation funder. The home owners allege that Shadowclad is inherently defective.  This judgment deals with CHH’s applications regarding abuse of process, leave to appeal and an associated stay.

May 31 2019
QUEENSTOWN LAKES DISTRICT COUNCIL V OFFICIAL ASSIGNEE (HC)

We successfully applied to the High Court to reverse the Official’s Assignee’s decision to reject the council’s proof of debt in the bankruptcy of a developer.