• CPD Points: 1 [PS] [SL]
  • Price: $89.00
  • Area: Commercial Law; Contract Law; Property Law
  • Delivered: March 2024
Digital Content
  • Recording
  • Slides (7 pages)

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Description

Mr Chris Groves, Principal, Dobson Mitchell Allport, presents into the 2024 Property and Commercial Law Conference. The session covers the following:

A. Default, Rescission and Repudiation

Dealing with defaults on Notices to Complete, and other issues arising in property transactions (whether to get a transaction across the line or legally extricate a party from performance obligations)

 

B. Vendor Purchaser Summons in Practice in Tasmania 

  • Purpose and use of s39 of the CLPA, commonly referred to in practice as a Vendor Purchaser Summons
  • Procedure and advance preparation for a hearing before the Associate Judge 
  • Scope of court’s jurisdiction and consequential relief 
  • How to bring urgent applications
  • CPD Points: 1 [PS] [SL]
  • Price: $89.00
  • Area: Commercial Law; Contract Law; Property Law
  • Delivered: March 2024
Digital Content
  • Recording
  • Slides (7 pages)

To purchase login below

Description

Mr Chris Groves, Principal, Dobson Mitchell Allport, presents into the 2024 Property and Commercial Law Conference. The session covers the following:

A. Default, Rescission and Repudiation

Dealing with defaults on Notices to Complete, and other issues arising in property transactions (whether to get a transaction across the line or legally extricate a party from performance obligations)

 

B. Vendor Purchaser Summons in Practice in Tasmania 

  • Purpose and use of s39 of the CLPA, commonly referred to in practice as a Vendor Purchaser Summons
  • Procedure and advance preparation for a hearing before the Associate Judge 
  • Scope of court’s jurisdiction and consequential relief 
  • How to bring urgent applications

Christopher Groves, Principal, Dobson Mitchell Allport

About the Presenter:

Mr Chris Groves practises across a wide range of commercial and related disputes, with a focus on company and partnership disputes, insolvency law, building and construction, trust and property disputes and recovery actions. Chris regularly acts for and against insolvency practitioners, developers and property owners, government bodies, large and small builders, shareholders and insurers. He is an accredited building adjudicator under the Security of Payment legislation in Tasmania, NSW and Queensland and has adjudicated hundreds of construction payment disputes since 2010. 

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