This week’s presentation will address the ongoing issues of finding an affordable social house in New Zealand.
How hard is it to find a house and what are the legal aspects that we need to be aware of? This will be explored and discussed by the speakers.
Some of the keypoints will be:
- Eligibility & availability
- When things go wrong
- Social housing reviews and more
You are all welcome to come along, listen to the speakers, ask questions and hear from the experts about Social Housing accessibility and availability, how hard it is to find an affordable place to live and more…
The talk will be held on Wednesday, 24 August, from 12 noon to 1pm, at the Kilbirnie Library – 101 Kilbirnie Crescent. Refreshments will be served.
With Kahureremoa Aki, Community Lawyer at the Community Law Wellington and Hutt Valley.
This seminar of Law for Lunch will be presented at the Ruth Gotlieb – Kilbirnie Library, 101 Kilbirnie Crescent (click for map) at 12pm.
Kahu is the Rōia Hāpori (Community Lawyer) providing legal services to Māori at Community Law Wellington and Hutt Valley. She has helped many families with questions about wills and estates.
Her talk will be focussing on:
• Living Wills
• The Family Protection Act 1955
• Informed consent and giving your body to medical science
Come along to find out and ask your questions how to set up a Will and what makes a Will legal.
Get accurate and up-to-date information about Living Wills and how giving ‘Informed Consent’ works, if you decide to donate your body to medical science.
There’s no need to book a seat in advance. You are all welcome and we look forward to seeing you this Wednesday, 12 noon to 1pm, at our Ruth Gotlieb – Kilbirnie Library.
If you have any queries, please call 499 4444
With Claire Coe, Senior Solicitor at Rainey Collins Law Firm.
Come along to the third seminar of Law for Lunch at the Wellington Central Library, for accurate information and practical advice on:
• The importance of disclosing information to your insurance provider
• What the new process of insuring property on a ‘sum insured’ means
• Who can help
• Common issues with home insurance when buying or selling property including relating to earthquakes
Claire’s work involves assisting clients with opportunities and challenges in the areas of Property and Asset Protection.
You are welcome to attend her presentation, ask your questions and find out more about problems and possible solutions regarding your home insurance. You may bring your own ‘brown bag’ lunch.
The presentation will be starting at 12 noon on the Ground Floor of the Central Library.
For more information, please call us on 499 4444