It’s all happening in Queensland: PAMDA has been scrapped, EConveyancing is arriving, Planning laws are being subjected to root and branch reform and water entitlements are becoming tradeable for the first time. And all this as the property market comes back to life after a long period of quiescence.
This year’s conference has four major themes and, as the compulsory subjects are covered, attending this conference will provide you with your ten CPD points for the year:
Conveyancing Reform: PAMDA has gone – what’s replaced it? EConveyancing – the rubber hits the road, Off the plan contracts,
Property development nirvana: The planning reforms, Lease agreements of Heads of Agreement, Options, assignments and novations in property deals
Practical issues in conveyancing: Settlement nightmares and how to avoid them, Problems with co-ownership of land, Water entitlements – tradeable for the first time
Compulsory subjects: Ethics in conveyancing, Practice and procedure for electronic conveyancing, and Recruiting and retaining young solicitors, GST and stamp duty – key issues in property transaction