Case Note 5878  NZPrivCmr 4 – ACC claimant alleges true purpose of rehabilitation examination to be compensation eligibility
As a result of an accident, a man had been receiving weekly compensation payments under the provisions of the Accident Rehabilitation and Compensation Insurance Act 1992.
Case Note 19740  NZPrivCmr 5 – Job applicant alleges that department contacted former employer
A woman applied for a position within a government department. She completed the Department’s application form, supported by her curriculum vitae and a written reference from a former employer.
Case Note 48423  NZPrivCmr 6 – Small company complains about newspaper performing credit check
A couple were shareholders and directors of a small publishing company. They complained to me that Fourth Estate Holdings Limited, publishers of the National Business Review, conducted unauthorised personal credit checks on […]
A man applied to join the Police. His application was declined on the basis that he had been given diversion for a charge against him some years previously, arising from an incident […]
The president of a club with national affiliations complained that the national body required club members to provide personal information, including their names and addresses, as a condition of membership. The national […]
Case Note 26280  NZPrivCmr 2 – Clients object to their financial report being used for marketing purposes by life assurance company
A life assurance company, in consultation with a couple, prepared a financial report which contained detailed personal information about the couple and their family. Based on the proposals in the financial report, […]