Angela Brown

NZILE (Fellow), Legal Executive

Angela is a Registered Legal Executive (Fellow) in the Private Client Services Team. She works closely with Annabel Sheppard and Susan Anderson in the areas of residential conveyancing (including refinancing) estates, wills, trusts, and powers of attorney.
"I enjoy meeting and getting to know clients, their goals, both personally and professionally and helping the clients to achieve their goals."

Recent Articles


Deadline extended for the compliance statement for the healthy homes standard

From the 1 July 2019 landlords were required to meet the new rules for the healthy home standards that related to insulation, ventilation, heating, moisture ingress, draught stopping and drainage.

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Property settlements during the COVID-19 Alert Level 4 lockdown

The COVID-19 lockdown is a unique situation for New Zealand and the rest of the world. Property settlements are just one of the areas that have already been affected. Many clients are now in a position of having an unconditional contract during this period but have yet to settle on the purchase and/or move into the property.

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What are the restrictions/limitations of a cross lease title?

A cross lease title was historically one of the two most common ways a property could be subdivided and contains rights of ownership and rights of use. New cross leases are not very common now. If you are looking to buy a property which is a cross lease title you should look carefully at the terms of the lease.

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Property ownership – joint tenants or tenants in common?

There are two forms of ownership that can be registered on a Certificate of Title when you are purchasing land. These terms have specific meanings, which is very important in structuring how your property is actually owned.

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The Residential Tenancies Amendment Act: landlords and tenants

If you own or are intending to buy a rental property, it is important you are aware of the recent changes that place obligations on landlords. The Residential Tenancies Amendment Act 2016 came into force on 1 July 2016 for all residential tenancies.

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EQC Excess on Canterbury Home Repair Programme Repairs

The Earthquake Commission ("EQC") is coming to the end of its Canterbury Home Repair Programme ("CHRP"). It is now looking to recover the excess payable for work managed by Fletcher EQR. From April, EQC will begin posting invoices for excess(es) on completed CHRP repairs as part of the final steps of EQC's programme. Under the Earthquake Commission Act, EQC pay for the repair or replacement of the damage, less applicable excesses for building, land and contents claims. An excess is the amount a homeowner is required to contribute towards the claims for a natural disaster event; sometimes more than one excess applies, for example where the damage has been caused by two or more different earthquakes.

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KiwiSaver and buying your first home

KiwiSaver may be able to help you with buying your first home or with the overall deposit when buying land to build a house on. The two KiwiSaver features that are available are the First-Home Savings Withdrawal from your KiwiSaver provider and the First Home Deposit Subsidy from Housing New Zealand.

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