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Law firm warns on Three Waters infrastructure reform

Councils could face commercial risk, potential liability if water-related contracts are not picked up by new water services entities.

Buddle Findlay partner David Allen speaks with Brent Edwards.

Brent Edwards Fri, 07 Oct 2022

Law firm Buddle Findlay is worried about uncertainty  how contracts associated with water assets will be transferred from local councils to the four new water services entities.

Under the Water Services Entities Bill, the assets transfer to the new water services entities (WSEs) on July 1,

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