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Editors --- "Research deposited in the University of Otago Law Library 2012" [2013] OtaLawRw 12; (2013) 12 Otago LR 211

Last Updated: 23 April 2015

Research Deposited in the

University of Otago Law Library 2012


Mohamad bin Abd Rahman Efficiency of legal mechanisms in handling the invasion of malware, badware and bad cookies

Mary Foley The right of independent adult children to receive testamentary provision: A statutory interpretation and philosophical analysis of the New Zealand position

Jeanne Snelling Parental preferences and procreative choices: Reproductive liberty and the regulation of preimplantation genetic diagnosis

Christopher Walshaw Interpretation of statutory rules as application: A legal hermeneutics


Tobias Barkley Discretionary interests and rights to replace trustees: Can they be property?

Christopher Gullidge T he pr om ulgation of prim ary legislation in New Zealand: Principles, policy, practice and practicalities

Joanne Lee The laws of privacy and consent and large-scale DNA biobanking in New Zealand

Liam McKay Waka umanga: Has the government missed the boat on Māori collective assets management? Rethinking New Zealand law for the post-settlement era

Rebecca Stahl Becoming an imaginary friend: A new paradigm for lawyers representing children in day-to-day care cases

LLB Honours

Sarah Baillie The consideration and regulation of climate change effects under the Resource Management Act 1991

Nicholas Blumsky-Gibbs A re the fat c a ts po ur ing their o wn milk? Executive remuneration in listed companies in New Zealand

Emma Bowman The principles of the Treaty of Waitangi clause in the mixed ownership model legislation

Samuel Buchan ‘Censoring God’: The scope and limits of religious advertising in New Zealand

Louis Chambers Tort law, climate change and private nuisance

William Cheyne Is the thief a trustee? Principled approaches to proprietary restitutionary remedies

Almiro Clere An examination of the special tribunal for Lebanon’s explosive declaration of

‘terrorism’ at customary international law

Sean Conway What’s mine is yours, or is it? Accessing spousal trusts for the purposes of the Property (Relationships) Act 1976

Rebecca Dempsey Narrowing the gateway: Introducing mandatory family assessments into the New Zealand Family Court

Rebekah Dixon A leap of good faith: A possible response to unfair claims-handling practices in insurance

Matthew Dodd Reform of leasing regimes for customary land in Fiji

Danielle Duffield Instant fines for animal abuse? The enforcement of animal welfare offences and the viability of an infringement regime as a strategy for reform

Alexandra Franks Censorship of legitimate content on the internet: A reflection on the New Zealand Law Commission’s proposals for dealing with harmful digital communications

Alice Garner Using s 133 Care of Children Act 2004 reports for the “proper disposition of an application”: Helping parents make solomonic decisions

Lucie Greenwood Discretionary trusts – what happened to

“practical intelligence” in the law?

Nigel Jemson “Paying what you have to and not a penny more”. Does the “parliamentary contemplation” test provide a justifiable level of certainty in the law on tax avoidance? – With a focus on the use of company/trust structures

Sophie Kalderimis Settlor control: How much is too much? Zachary Kedgley-Foot Criminalising breaches of directors’

duties: What is wrong with clause 4 of

the Companies and Limited Partnerships

Amendment Bill?

Charlotte Kempthorne Endangered Kiwis: The rights of children in deportation decisions

Jared McIntosh Competing with free: The New Zealand response to the proliferation of P2P file- sharing

Elizabeth Meade Responsible lending: Irr es pons ible regulation of consumer credit in New Zealand?

Matthew Mortimer Is positive authorisation in law necessary for lawful public body action?

James Mountier What happens on the field stays on the field: When should the criminal law be employed for assaults during sport?

Meghan Nicholson Evaluating ecocide: Invaluable or invalid?

Alice Osman The effects of unincorporated international instruments on judicial reasoning in New Zealand

Rachel Riddle Turning family homes into castles: Testing the fortress of ‘dynastic’ trusts against re l a ti o n s hi p pro p e r ty r i gh ts i n N e w Zealand

Jonathan Riley Accounting for ‘accounts receivable’ in the

Personal Property Securities Act 1999

Jessie Rose Is my house my castle? Land transfer fraud, injustices and a proposed discretionary indefeasibility

Alice Selby Protecting the public and maintaining professional standards: A comparison of disciplinary tribunal action concerning legal and medical practitioners

Gabrielle Smith In search of equality: New Zealand’s voidable preference regime

Emily Stretch When saying “no” is not an option: the parameters and problems surrounding medical research in intensive care units

Han-Chun Vicki Sun Who is winning the race? The status of unperfected security interests in insolvency proceedings

Anneke Theelen Public participation in environmental management: The Christchurch rebuild a case study

Nicole Thompson Follow the reader: Literature’s influence on

the law and legal actors

Stephen Thomson Protecting legitimate speech online: Does the net work?

Annika Tombleson C o ntr a c tin g th e Ne w D e l hi be l l y: Responding to the practice of international surrogacy

Anna Watson Failing to break the silence: A critical analysis of part 8 of the Crimes Act 1961

Kristen Wong Breaking the cycle: The development of corporate criminal liability

Elsa Wyllie Beyond a categorically zero sum game: A

new approach to the laws of war

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