When a New Zealand company goes into liquidation, the liquidator can ask its creditors to refund payments they received prior to the liquidation. Parry Field Lawyers provide advice designed to help creditors avoid this risk.
Jet setting, power lunching, deal clinching tycoons. This is how many people perceive company directors, whose every move seems to be splashed across the daily papers. But the reality is that most company directors are Joe & Jane Average, and perhaps their children, Jack and Jill Average, who own and run small, closely held, businesses. Parry Field Lawyers provide legal advice on a range of commercial matters including managing your company.
New Zealand’s Companies Act 1993 requires that a number of registers be kept for any incorporated company. Parry Field Lawyers provide legal advice on a range of commercial matters including maintaining company records and registers.