|Start time||16 Jul 2020 1:00pm (Australia - Melbourne)|
|End time||16 Jul 2020 2:00pm (Australia - Melbourne)|
|Location||Live Stream Only|
|Speaker||Dan Coombes, Barrister, Victorian Bar|
|Designed for||Legal Practioners|
Substantive Law: 1.0
Hostile Caveats: Commercial Disputes and Family Law
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 .
The focus of this session will be dealing with caveats within the context of commercial disputes and Family Law proceedings. The session will canvas what interests are capable of maintaining a caveat and what options are available to a client in dealing with a hostile caveat.
Presented by: Dan Coombes, Barrister, Victorian Bar