• CPD Points: 1 [PS] [SL]
  • Price: $89.00
  • Area: Commercial Law; Property Law
  • Delivered: March 2024
Digital Content
  • Recording
  • Slides (16 pages)

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Description

This session, presented into the 2024 Property and Commercial Law Conference, explores the establishment, recording, alteration and extinguishment of easements while considering the competing provisions of Land Titles Act 1980 and the Local Government (Building and Miscellaneous Provisions) Act 1993. In addition to critically assessing the statutory requirements, the presenters examine past and present policies and practices of the LTO. In this context, they also discuss considerations for practitioners when acting in relation to easements.

  • CPD Points: 1 [PS] [SL]
  • Price: $89.00
  • Area: Commercial Law; Property Law
  • Delivered: March 2024
Digital Content
  • Recording
  • Slides (16 pages)

To purchase login below

Description

This session, presented into the 2024 Property and Commercial Law Conference, explores the establishment, recording, alteration and extinguishment of easements while considering the competing provisions of Land Titles Act 1980 and the Local Government (Building and Miscellaneous Provisions) Act 1993. In addition to critically assessing the statutory requirements, the presenters examine past and present policies and practices of the LTO. In this context, they also discuss considerations for practitioners when acting in relation to easements.

Damian Egan, Partner, Murdoch Clarke

About the Presenter:

Mr Damian Egan joined Murdoch Clarke in 1985 and became Partner in 1986. Damian’s desire is to utilise his economic, accounting and commercial studies, knowledge and skills in the areas of business and commercial law. He has gained extensive commercial law experience in a number of areas including corporations law; mortgages; leasing; conveyancing; tax; and sale/purchase of businesses. Damian acts for clients in negotiating, drafting and completing agreements and transactions of a commercial nature. He is a fellow of the Institute of Company Directors, a fellow of the Taxation Institute of Australia, former Trustee and Chair of RBF, former member of the Corporations and Markets Advisory Committee (Legal), certified tax adviser and a director of a number of not for profit and proprietary business corporations.

Craig Pursell, Deputy Recorder of Titles, Land Titles Office

About the Presenter:

Mr Craig Pursell graduated in 1995 with a Combined Arts/Law degree from the University of Tasmania. In January 1996 he commenced the legal practice course and in March 1996 commenced work as a graduate policy analyst with the State Government. Craig joined the Land Titles Office in 2002 and was appointed as Deputy Recorder of Titles in 2005.

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