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  • and are of good character. There is no national interest test. Instead, successive governments instructed the Overseas Investment Commission to apply a presumption in favour of granting applications.
  • state of Indiana under its “Good Character” law. Use of capital New Zealanders are in fact good savers by OECD standards, as surveys by Westpac and FPG Research have shown. However a large part
  • Land for wine Insufficient evidence on “good character” in Kaeo “spiritual retreat” approval More land for Swiss family in Paihia, Bay of Islands February 2005 decisions Toll buys J D Lyons
  • good character” (under the Overseas Investment Act) could, if taking over a company of between $10 and $50m, simply use a Singapore or Hong Kong subsidiary to quite legally avoid having their investment
  • 3. The test of “good character” is not defined in the bill. It should be defined and have means of enforcement after the investment has been made. It should also apply to companies etc, not just individuals,
  • 3. The test of “good character” is not defined in the bill. It should be defined and have means of enforcement after the investment has been made. It should also apply to companies etc, not just individuals,
  • OIO Does Something About One Of CAFCA's "Good Character" Complaints uploaded to Press Statements section. 2 November 2018 Hell Freezes Over - Treasury consults CAFCA On Government's Review Of Overseas
  • who exercise control over the Westpac Group are of good character and not the kind referred to in Section 7(1) of the Immigration Act 1987. It is claimed a merger with Westpac New Zealand’s retail banking
  • or more interest in the investment must be of good character. The OIC need not consider whether selling the mortgages of some of Aotearoa’s most disadvantaged house owners to this bank will be good for
  • good character” to the OIC (see also Sunday Star-Times, 23/11/2003, “Lawbreaking American hunter may be forced out of NZ land deal”, by Ruth Laugeson). However it appears he did not have to withdraw