Building and Construction

Building and Construction Law is a highly sought after area of practice, yet it can be hard to find construction law courses in Australia that adequately cover the kind of legal issues in construction which practitioners face on a regular basis. Leo Cussen's is proud to offer building and construction law short courses, to assist you in earning your CPD units and improving your knowledge of contemporary Australian construction law. If you're interested in building on your knowledge of Australian construction law, and getting an understanding of the current hot topics in construction law, explore our Building and Construction Law CPD courses below.

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    On 1 July 2021, the definition of “consumer” under the Australian Consumer Law will change, as the monetary threshold for a buyer of goods and services increases from $40,000 to $100,000.

    $130.00
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    This session will deal with Assignment of Lease on the sale of business, de facto assignment on change of control and related issues.

    $130.00
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    The building and construction industry continues to work in all sectors through the COVID-19 crisis, including to maintain and expand the nation's important infrastructure needs.

    $130.00
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    Do you know how easy it can be to inadvertently waive your clients legal professional privilege, breach client confidentiality or misunderstand what is covered by the term ‘without prejudice’ during the Mediation process?   

    $130.00
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    Do you know how easy it can be to inadvertently waive your client’s legal professional privilege, breach client confidentiality or misunderstand what is covered by the term ‘without prejudice’ during the Mediation process?

    $130.00
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    The crux of many Contractual disputes is whether in fact a contract was formed.

    $130.00
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    Issues dealing with caveats and their removal under the Transfer of Land Act 1958 (Vic) can land on any practitioner’s desk, regardless of their usual area of expertise.  The principles relevant to establishing a ‘caveatable interest’ and removing a caveat can be complicated.  Particularly so, when these principles interact with other areas of law in commercial disputes and Family Law .

    $130.00
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    This session will delve into the sometimes complicated arrangements that surround a Nomination of Purchaser. By reference to recent cases including Ran Bi v Yingde Investments Pty Ltd [2019] VSC 324, our presenter will outline the common challenges that can arise from the Purchaser, Nominee and Vendors perspective.

    $130.00
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    We are yet to see the full effects of the COVID-19 pandemic, however it is likely that the coming months will see an increase in business collapse and  corporate insolvency.

    $130.00
  • $198.00
  • $130.00