Property

Buying, selling and developing property and land is part of the New Zealand way of life. Property is an area that’s rich with opportunity, but risk is always a factor. Morrison Kent’s property law specialists are experts in helping you realise your goals while minimising the risk. You can be certain of excellent advice and timely, proactive legal services.

Make better property decisions

In the property law arena, our clients know us as problem solvers who strive to add value at each stage of every transaction. We have one of the most experienced teams of property lawyers in New Zealand and are involved in many high-profile and innovative property projects around the country.

Our property lawyers are committed to keeping up-to-date with real estate law changes and market factors related to residential, commercial, rural and forestry property ownership. You can consult us about any aspect of property law, from acquisitions and leasing arrangements to financing and joint ventures. Our property solicitors can also help if you are an overseas person considering property investment in New Zealand.

Areas of Specialisation

Within each of the areas shown here, our property experts will listen to your needs, explain the law and legal processes in plain language, consider practical solutions to efficiently action your plans.

Overseas Investment

Leasing

Commercial

Residential

Subdivision

Development

Financing

Syndication / Joint Venture

Property Team

Property News

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KiwiBuild

14 November 2019 | Jamie Nunns

The Government’s KiwiBuild scheme has launched intending to provide affordable new housing to first home buyers in New Zealand. The scheme is also available to previous homeowners who are in a similar financial position as a first home buyer.

KiwiBuild...

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COVID-19 – Leases During Lockdown
24 March 2020 | Erica Tromp

There is a lot of uncertainty out there. People are concerned about the health and safety of our communities and our country.

People are also concerned...

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A Place to Call Home – Multiply Owned Māori Land
4 March 2020 | Curtis Bidois

With Treasury forecasting house prices to increase by 18.3% in the next four years, it is timely to review how whanau can utilise their interests in...

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Residential Building Contracts – When is the price not always the price?
21 February 2020 | Zaneta Aislabie

It’s a dream of many Kiwis to build their own home. Once you find the right land and complete the purchase, it’s only natural to get carried away...

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