Senior Lawyer - (On parental leave) LLB
Rosie is currently on parental leave.
Born and bred in Whangarei, Rosie is an experienced lawyer with developing specialties in property, subdivisions, small business and commercial leasing.
Rosie spends her spare time being a toastmaster, doing creative projects, exercising, socialising and enjoying all the outdoor activities Northland has on offer.
Rosie completed her law degree at the University of Otago in 2009.
Contact Rosie Allen
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Rosie Allen's Specialist Services
Ask us about things like buying or selling a business, doing due diligence, sorting out ownership structures, and getting the best contract documents and leases.
When you buy or sell your house you are probably dealing with your most valuable asset.
Rosie Allen's Blog Posts
The Pre-Franchise Sleuthing Zone for Prospective Franchisees - What you can research yourself before you get serious!
November 14, 2017
For a potential franchisee, the attraction is a business you can walk into with your hand being held. The negative is that is not exclusively your business and never will be. As a purchaser, the key is finding a franchise opportunity with a fair and reasonable Franchisor who has a strong track record and positive plans for the future. Here are some pre-lawyer sleuthing ideas you can do yourself to get a feel for what the Franchise is like before you come to us for the legal review of the Agreement.
The Problem with Methamphetamine (The P Epidemic) and Property
July 02, 2015
It is a real life situation and one that is becoming commonplace in Northland with Landlords, Property Purchasers and Bach Owners
Building a House?
October 01, 2014
If everything goes fine that’s great but if something goes wrong then this is the document that covers disputes, remedies and processes that eliminate most of the room for argument and give each party a clear indication of where they stand.
The assets or the shares?
September 09, 2013
Whether you enter into an agreement to buy or sell the assets of a business, or the shares of the company will likely be influenced by the bargaining positions of the vendor and the purchaser.