|Start time||11 Jul 2019 9:00am (Australia - Melbourne)|
|End time||11 Jul 2019 4:30pm (Australia - Melbourne)|
|Location||Leo Cussen Centre for Law, Level 16, 15 William Street, Melbourne|
|Speaker||See full program for details.|
|Catering||Includes morning tea, lunch and afternoon tea|
|Designed for||Legal practitioners|
Property Law Conference
Leo Cussen Centre for Law, Level 16, 15 William Street, Melbourne
Early bird price available until Friday 31 May: $665 (incl. GST)
Full Price: $695 (incl. GST)
Property Law Legislative and Tax Update - 2019
This session will provide the latest legislative developments and tax updates including:
Your Ultimate 2019 Case and Development Update
Are you sure you are on top of all the latest property law cases and developments? This session will review recent significant cases and trends in Property related litigation, highlighting key lessons and risk areas. Cases to July 2019 will be covered. This session is The Ultimate Case Update!
Complex Conveyancing Issues - Keeping Your Guard Up
Even the most straightforward conveyance can spiral out of control.
This session will draw your attention to the more complex problems and oversights that can occur in conveyancing matters. Our presenter will address these issues including:
This session is designed to help you take back control.
This session will tackle head on the essential tips and traps in various important agreements.
This session will provide an overview of the most important factors you must ensure are covered in these documents.
Lending - Impact of Royal Commission and other Developments on the Property Market
This session will cover the impact of the Royal Commission on lending practices, regulation and the property market. How will this impact your firm and your clients in 2019 and beyond.
Risk Management for Property Lawyers
Conveyancing claims were approximately 25 per cent of all claims for 2017/18 and are estimated to cost approximately $10 million. A substantial number of these claims are due to errors in contracts of sale and vendor statements.
As vendor statements and contracts of sale are the most important documents in a conveyance it is essential that firms get them right.
In this session we will consider the issues seen by LPLC in contracts of sale and vendor statements and tips will be provided on how to avoid conveyancing claims.
Presented by: Phillip Nolan, Risk Manager, Legal Practitioners' Liability Committee
Insurance and Property Law - The Intersection
This session will outline important insurance related issues affecting common property transactions. The session is designed to alert you to the issues that, if missed, can cause loss to your client, including:
Practice Management & Business Skills: 1.0
Professional Skills: 1.0
Substantive Law: 4.0