Fundamentals revisited: Property law practice, legislation and procedure

Course ID ID16051_PRO

  • Online
  • 1
  • Intermediate
  • 1 CPD POINTS

Improve the advice you provide to clients, and know the legal reason behind what property lawyers do on a daily basis with this seminar.  Frequently lodged dealings will be discussed, particularly caveats. The most important sections of the Real Property Act will be discussed and analysed, as will current Land and Property Information procedure.

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College of Law Alumni and Law Society Members receive a 10% discount on the price.

Price

Full Price $120.00

Alumni/Member Price $108.00

Dates

Start date:

01 April 2016

End date:

30 June 2017

About This Course

Outline

Topics covered in this seminar include:

  • Real Property Act, 1900 (NSW): important sections that all property lawyers need to know and understand will be highlighted
  • Frequently lodged dealings: transfers, transmission applications, easements, restrictive covenants, caveats and dealings with trusts
  • Part 7A Real Property Act, 1900 (NSW): what you need to know about caveats
  • LPI procedure: LPI searches and what to do if you suspect an error in an LPI document
  • The most recent cases in property law

Designed for

This seminar complies with the mandatory requirement of either Professional Skills, Substantive Law or Practice Management and Business Skills.

 

Presenter

Kye Tran Tsai

Kye Tran-Tsai





Kye Tran-Tsai has been a transactional property lawyer for over 10 years and is an Accredited Specialist in Property Law. She has worked in a 'big four' financial advisory firm, a mid-tier law firm, and has held senior roles in government, including at Land and Property Information where she has advised on major strata and community title projects and the development of key legislation that provides the regulatory framework for property law in NSW that is practiced today. Kye is currently a Senior Associate at Sachs Gerace Broome and she is a strong proponent of mental healthiness and Resilience in legal practice.

Delivery

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