Seasoned in-house lawyer joins Hesketh Henry

Elizabeth Rabier served as legal counsel for Harcourts NZ and GC for Ray White Damerell Group

Seasoned in-house lawyer joins Hesketh Henry

Seasoned in-house lawyer Elizabeth Rabier has joined Hesketh Henry as a special counsel.

Rabier works with the firm’s property team. She brings a wealth of experience gleaned from more than two decades in property and real estate law, having guided clients on buying and selling both commercial and residential properties.

In addition, she has managed fee simple and unit title developments and subdivisions as well as development funding processes. She has also put together design, build and lease agreements, along with development agreements involving entities like Kainga Ora and Kiwibuild.

Rabiah has helped clients to navigate construction contracts and building agreements, and she is an expert in preparing and registering easements, residents’ societies, land covenants, and caveats. Moreover, she has tackled issues involving REAA compliance and related complaints.

She served as the in-house legal counsel for Harcourts New Zealand, GC for Ray White Damerell Group, and the commercial lawyer for Stonewood Group. She is also part of the Law Society’s property law section and was on the Law Association’s Documents & Precedents Committee as well as the Property Law Committee.

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