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Topic # 85864 27-Jun-2011 11:23
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Can anyone help or suggest a name please?

I have need for some legal documents to be signed and witnessed by an "Australian-registered lawyer, or a NZ lawyer holding Australian registration/practising certificate".

I am in Wellington.

I've tried the High Commission and the Law Society without success.

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  Reply # 486360 27-Jun-2011 11:32
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I need one too.... can I share Rickles? :)

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  Reply # 486367 27-Jun-2011 11:46
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A quick bit of Googling shows that  Andrew Scott-Howman who is a Partner at Luke Cunningham & Clere on the Terrace is registered in NSW,

http://www.lcc.co.nz/team.htm


Now I don't know this man from a barrel of fish, so no warranty is inferred or implied in this non-recommendation,

 
 
 
 




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  Reply # 486372 27-Jun-2011 11:53
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Sandy ... when I find one, sure thing.

Wellygary ... thanks for the pointer, many of them are Patent Attorneys registered in Oz but I'll check.

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