Update on Swimming Pools Act in New South Wales

Course ID ID16038_PRO

  • Online
  • 2
  • All
  • 2 CPD POINTS

The changes to the Swimming Pools Act 1992 (NSW) are due to take effect on 29 April 2016, imposing a mandatory inspection, registration and compliance regime for all swimming pool owners. This seminar will consider key concepts from the amended Act, and delve into the impact these changes will have on vendor and landlord disclosure requirements.  

Prior to purchase please see the information below for system requirements.

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

Price

Full Price $240.00

Alumni/Member Price $216.00

Dates

Start date:

01 April 2016

End date:

30 June 2017

About This Course

Outline

This online seminar covers:

  • Key concepts from the Act and Regulations – what is a swimming pool, what are statutory obligations on swimming pool owners
  • Registration and certification – the Swimming Pools Register, how to register a pool, different certificates prescribed by the Act, obtaining pool certification
  • Effect on property transactions – sale of land where a pool is included, residential tenancies and swimming pools
  • Moving forward under the new regime – marketing properties for sale, consequences of non-compliance, swimming pools in strata and community schemes

 

Designed for

This seminar complies with the mandatory requirements of Substantive Law.

 

Presenter

Kate Angus

Kate Angus is a solicitor at Speirs Ryan, specialising in transactional real estate, national leasing and licensing, and property-centric disputes and litigation.

Kate works closely with several listed and unlisted corporates to provide sophisticated property advice, including:

  • Investec Property Limited
  • Lend Lease Property Management Australia Pty Limited
  • Australian Unity Investments
  • SCA Property Group
  • The Precision Group of Companies

She advises on the acquisition and disposal of commercial, industrial and retail assets, provides advice on construction contracts and subcontracts, and is responsible for the drafting and negotiation of Australia-wide retail leases and licences. Kate also acts for selected clients in their property-specific disputes and litigation.

 

Delivery

Please check the technical requirements for accessing this online  seminar contained here. 

Once registered we will send  you the access information you will need to log on to our Learning Portal from where you will be able to view the seminar.