Overseas Investment Office News

The Overseas Investment Office has today released the following documentation: OIO recommendation (PDF 2.4KB) Notice of decision - Case 201320041 (PDF 136KB) Notice of decision -
LINZ offices, including Survey and Title Operation centres in Hamilton and Christchurch, will close for business on Tuesday 24 December at 5pm and re-open at 9am on Monday 6
Milk New Zealand Holding Limited (Milk NZ), the company that purchased the 16 former Crafar Farms last year, has submitted its first annual report to the Overseas Investment
The Overseas Investment Office (OIO) has developed a checklist to assist applicants in identifying and providing information required by the OIO to assess applications for consent
The Overseas Investment Office (OIO) has updated its information for applicants about the application assessment process and assessment timeframes . New information provided
Trans-Tasman business investment has become significantly easier today with the enactment of the Overseas Investment (Australia) Amendment Regulations 2013 . The regulations
The OIO has developed a short update about the counterfactual analysis required for the "benefit to New Zealand criteria" for investments in sensitive land. Download it
The Overseas Investment Office (OIO) today outlined the process it undertook to investigate suspected breaches of the Overseas Investment Act 2005 by UBNZ Assets Holdings Limited
The Supreme Court has today dismissed the application by the Tiroa E and Te Hape B Trusts for leave to appeal. The Trusts, which were originally part of a consortium associated
The Court of Appeal today dismissed an appeal and judicial review by the New Zealand consortium led by Sir Michael Fay in relation to the grant of consent to Milk New Zealand
Land Information Minister Hon Maurice Williamson and Associate Minister of Finance Hon Dr Jonathan Coleman have followed the new recommendation of the Overseas Investment Office (
The High Court today released its decision in relation to the judicial review of Ministers’ decision to grant consent to Milk New Zealand Holding Limited (a wholly owned
Note: The decision referred to below was set aside by the High Court (refer Tiroa E and Te Hape B Trusts v Chief Executive of Land Information [2012] NZHC 147). Instead, please
Landonline users could experience delays in telephone and email support due to reduced staffing levels during the closure and relocation of LINZ’s Wellington Office over
The Overseas Investment Office (OIO) today confirmed it has received an application for consent from Milk New Zealand Holdings Limited, a wholly-owned subsidiary of Shanghai

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