Understanding and preparing caveats
Course ID WN210204_PRO1
In this practical three-hour live interactive webinar, the expert facilitator and College of Law adjunct lecturer Greg Stilianou addresses one of the most fundamental and tricky aspects of practicing in property law –the proper use and preparation of caveats.
By attending this live webinar, you will:
- Gain an understanding of the effect of a lodged caveat
- Receive practical tips for preparing effective caveats
- Understand the differences between caveats and priority notices and the proper circumstances in which to use each
- Learn what minor and major traps to avoid when drafting caveats and advising clients
- Gain an understanding of the Lapsing Notice process
- Undertake short activities and engage in discussion to reflect on your experience and apply your knowledge
Greg Stilianou, Principal, Greg Stilianou Legal
At the end of this live webinar, you may claim (3) CPD units.
Feedback from past attendees:
- “The presenter was very knowledgeable on the chosen subjects and personable. The seminar was well run.”
- “Great workshop, engaging and informative. Thank you!”
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The time listed for this course is Australian Eastern Daylight Savings Time (AEDT). Please take note of any time differences if you are registering from QLD, WA, SA, NT or from outside Australia.
Full Price $297.00
Alumni/Member Price $267.30
16 February 2021
16 February 2021
9.00am AEDT - 12.15pm
About This Course
9.05am: Session 1: Preparing a caveat for lodgement
10.30am: Stretch break
10.45am: Session 2: The lapsing notice process and priority notices
This course is ideal for solicitors in general practice, commercial property lawyers, conveyancing specialists, senior executives of financial and property corporations.
This webinar is produced in NSW and features a NSW-based practitioner. The webinar is available to all NSW based practitioners.
Claiming CPD units
The program covers the mandatory requirement of professional skills and substantive law.
Greg Stilianou was a senior lawyer for the Registrar-General at Land and Property Information for over ten years. Greg continued as a senior lawyer with NSW Land Registry Services when it took over the land titling and registry functions of the Registrar-General. Greg has acquired twelve years of specialist knowledge and experience in land law, and is the author of Land Titling Law and Practice in NSW. Greg strives to give accurate and technical legal advice that is practical and useful for legal practitioners.
There isn’t a land dealing or plan that Greg hasn’t encountered, and since 2019, Greg has established his own practice, Greg Stilianou Legal, where he focusses on delivering his insights into the requirements for achieving registration in the land Register to private clients and, on a consultancy basis, to other legal practitioners, conveyancers and surveyors. Greg facilitates transactions by providing:
- Special counsel on land titling due diligence.
- Strategic advice about the documents that are necessary to give effect to a land transaction or a particular objective in the land Register.
- Quality legal drafting of land transaction documentation.
- Legal and practical insights on documents that are proposed to be lodged for registration.
- Special insights into the development of land.
Greg has been the contributing author of this LTOP service since April 2016, and he continues his passion for educating and teaching the legal profession as a lecturer at The College of Law (practical legal training and the applied law programs).
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