Relationship Property in New Zealand, 3rd edition
A unique tool for Judges, lawyers, policy-makers and students alike.
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Relationship Property in New Zealand provides a unique tool for Judges, lawyers, policy-makers and students alike. It examines the policy reasons for changing the relationship property laws, the associated case law, and discusses whether parliament’s policy intentions are being carried out.
Atkin, Henaghan & Caldwell et al, Family Law in New Zealand, 18th edition, 2017
Boulle, Goldblatt & Green, Mediation: Skills & Strategies, 2015
Atkin & Caldwell et al, Relationship Dissolution, 2nd edition, 2012
Fisher on Matrimonial & Relationship Property Law (online resource)
Table of contents
Chapter 1: A chequered policy history
Chapter 2: De facto relationships
Chapter 3: Classification of property
Chapter 4: Rules for dividing property
Chapter 5: Economic disparity
Chapter 6: Widowed parties
Chapter 7: Maintenance and child support
Chapter 8: Contracting out of the act
Chapter 9: Trusts and companies
Chapter 10: Creditors and debtors
Chapter 11: Jurisdiction, procedure and orders
Chapter 12: Conclusion: Are the reforms working?