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46 Money St
Perth, WA, 6000

+61 8 6460 5179

Planning and Environment Law Firm Perth. 



Wednesday, 13 March 2019

Parmelia Hilton Perth

4 CPD points in Substantive Law

Changes are coming in fast and furious in Western Australia’s property sector and if you don’t stay up to date you will inevitably fall behind. This Legalwise seminar provides information packed sessions exploring all the new legislation, new cases, new trends and practical skills you need to stay on the cutting edge of a fast moving market. Glen McLeod will be presenting on planning in bushfire prone areas, strategic planning for the Perth metropolitan area and coastal planning.

The full program for the seminar is as follows:

9:00am - 10:00am

Property Law Case Update: The Decisions You Need to Know for Your Practice

Analyse the latest cases in property law, why they’re significant, how they’ll impact your clients and your practice going forward, and what you need to know to stay on top of all the changes and developments.

10:00am - 11:00am

Strata Law Update: Game changing reforms and the latest cases and trends

  • Strata Titles Act reform update: where things stand, what’s next and what you need to know to prepare; and

  • analysis of the latests cases and developments and their impact on your practice.

Presented by Rachel Cosentino, barrister at Francis Burt Chambers.

11:00am - 11:15am

Morning tea break

11:15am - 12:15pm

Planning, property and your practice: recent developments

  • Planning in bushfire prone area and the implications for subdivision, development and building applications;

  • Strategic Planning for the Perth metropolitan area and conservation of native vegetation; and

  • Coastal planning, sea level rise and compensation.

Presented by Glen McLeod, principal of Glen McLeod Legal.

12:15pm - 1:15pm

The new ipso facto regime and the impact on property law

  • The ipso facto insolvency reforms applying to new contracts and agreements;

  • Rights that may be affected, including the right to terminate, suspend performance and more;

  • Exemptions that are relevant to the property industry;

  • Impact on leases and a landlords’s ability to terminate for an insolvency event: updating termination clauses in leases; and

  • Reviewing property transaction contracts and making amendments to mitigate risk in the event of an insolvency or default.

Presented by Peter Beekink, Partner at Lavan.

To register for this seminar, click here.