Establishing A Business Entity In New Zealand (Updated)


There are various entities available in New Zealand from which a business can be operated. The most commonly adopted entities are:

1. Company (including Incorporated Joint Venture (JVC))

2. Partnership

3. Limited Partnership (LP)

4. Unincorporated Joint Venture (JV)

5. Trading Trust

Each has its advantages and disadvantages, and each pose different obligations and requirements, both from a regulatory perspective and an internal perspective.

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