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  • OIC Stoutly Defends Foreign Investors' "Good Character" For several years now, we have been filing complaints with the Overseas Investment Commission (OIC) about the "good character", or lack thereof,
  • Definition Of "Good Character" The test of "good character" is used in a number of places, but not defined in the Bill (clause 17, 19, new 73 {new section 57G}). Given that, according to the OIC, there
  • Good Character Checks There is one other area touched upon in the OIC file. One of the very few legal conditions that foreign investors have to meet is that they be persons of "good character". We’ve
  • It has fallen foul of the "Good Character" laws of some American states, giving them the right to refuse licences and permits to companies that have a history of violating the law. When Indiana refused
  • individuals with control over the investment are of good character. The weakness of these provisions is obvious and I am not aware of them ever having been subject to enforcement decisions. It is generally
  • Not Of Good Character, But Money Talks The first property is owned by Richard Lee & Janet Ruth Bradley, New Zealand (100%) the owners of Chrisco, the other two properties are already overseas owned.
  • good character” (it needs to be noted at this point that this section of the Act can only be applied to individuals and not to companies – this is an important distinction). On 28 August 2008, CAFCA
  • Overseas Investment Office Says Rupert Murdoch Is Of Good Character - Because He Told Them So! In May the Campaign Against Foreign Control of Aotearoa (CAFCA) wrote to the Overseas Investment Office:
  • Overseas Investment Office Good Character Process Review Land Information NZ released today the independent review of the Overseas Investment Office's "good character" process in the wake of its 2014
  • the heart of it was to "question the good character of the persons controlling" at least some of the companies (file notes by Ste-phen Dawe, 4/5/00). For any overseas investment, individuals controlling