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{mds} law > News & Publications > 2013 > Gaining Ground In New Zealand

Gaining Ground In New Zealand

By {mds} law, published on: 11/06/2013
It is not difficult to see why visitors to New Zealand wish to invest in property here. New Zealand provides some of the most spectacular and diverse landscapes in the world.

Even if you are a sophisticated property investor and have acquired property in other countries throughout the world, it is important to be aware of the issues unique to acquiring land in New Zealand.

The purpose of this information is to provide you with some background to acquiring property in New Zealand and to point out some of the matters you need to consider and obtain professional advice in relation to before moving forward with your purchase.

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