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Following on from an answer I got from the Lawyer on 28th

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Following on from an answer I got from Chris the Lawyer on 28th July, please could he clarify the answer in more detail. Do I have to be present in the conversations or can I secretly record the bully talking about me with other colleagues in the shared office space without me.
Submitted: 1 month ago.
Category: New Zealand Law
Expert:  Chris The Lawyer replied 1 month ago.

Either method would be OK. There is no law which says you cannot preserve evidence by recording, although you will need to make copies available if you make accusations about the bullies. But you would no doubt want to play the recordings anyway, to the appropriate persons.

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