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POSTAL ADDRESS Po Box-2494, Auckland-1140
PHYSICAL ADD: Level Eight, 3 Albert Street
Auckland City,
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Opening Hours

Mon-Fri
9 am to 5 pm

Contact for an appointment : gurbrinder@aulakh.nz

Helping you find strategic legal solutions to complex problems

We can assist you with:

· Company and Corporate advice

· Insolvency and Bankruptcy Law

. Civil Claims and Appellate work

· Family Law, Relationship Property, Trusts, Wills and Estates

· Criminal and Traffic Matters, Drink Driving, Limited License

· Immigration --Appeals and Judicial Review, IPT, IAA and IACDT

· Environment and Resource Management Law

· Local Government Law

· Debt Collection, Creditor Contracts

· Creation of Building Developments & Subdivisions

· Commercial and Business Law

We have acted in Judicial Review, Leave to Appeal, Civil Claims, Liquidation and Insolvency matters, Contempt of Court proceeding, Family and Property Relationship matters, acted for Immigration Advisors at the IAA and IACDT, successfully litigated the Privacy Act matter before the Human Rights Review Tribunal, and acted in Criminal matters and appeals relating to discharge without conviction at the District Court and High Court

Our team can speak your language: English,Hindi, Punjabi & Urdu and our interpreters can also assist you with your languages

Our office is close to Britomart Transport Centre

Website is under Construction

email: gurbrinder@aulakh.nz

News

  • High Court re-iterates the settled law in NZ regarding company representation

    15 February at 13:04 from atlas

    In a proceeding involving a company, the High Court followed the settled law in New Zealand that a company has no right to be ...

  • Surveyor work held not to be Building work for the 10 year long stop limitation

    14 January at 08:25 from atlas

    W had claimed that M and C had breached a duty of care to exercise reasonable skill and care in undertaking the Cadastral surveyor ...

  • Handwritten document witnessed by one witness held to be a valid will

    3 December at 09:52 from atlas

    A document, although not complying with s 11 of the Wills Act 2007, signed by only one witness was held to be a valid will. ...

  • Warrantless search by Police held unlawful and unreasonable

    1 November at 09:24 from atlas

    It was an appeal to the High Court, against the decision of the District Court holding the search lawful under s 83 of the Search and ...

  • High Court, by a fine margin, allows the transfer of proceedings from the Human Rights Tribunal

    1 October at 07:58 from atlas

    The matter pertained to the proceedings pending since 2016, before the Human Rights Review Tribunal. ...