Upcoming Changes Under the Property Law Bill 2023

Big changes are coming under The Property Law Bill 2023! And with big changes come significant challenges and opportunities for you to navigate in the property space. Get across the latest seller disclosure scheme, additional protections to current and former leases, limitation period reductions for deeds and much more. With its contents considered to give way to some of the biggest changes in the Queensland property industry in almost 50 years, you can’t afford to be ill prepared.

Tuesday, 6 August 2024
Early Bird Discount ends 2 Aug 2024 $112.00

Attend and earn 1 CPD unit in Substantive Law
This program is based on QLD legislation


Clinton Mohr, Principal, Clinton Mohr Lawyers; Accredited Specialist in Property Law

1.00pm to 2.00pm Upcoming Changes Under the Property Law Bill 2023


  • Benefit from an introduction to the major changes to property law in Queensland arising from the Property Law Bill 2023
  • Consider the impact of the proposed changes and what they mean for you and your practice across:
    • Changes to seller disclosure requirements for all sales of land
    • Changes to extension of time for settlement in certain cases
    • Changes affecting mortgages
    • Changes affecting leases including assignment
    • Changes affecting easements including enforceability of covenants upon subsequent owners of land
  • Understand existing provisions repealed by the Property Law Bill 2023

Presented by Michael Thomson, Barrister, Fullagar Chambers


Michael Thomson, Barrister, Fullagar Chambers
Michael Thomson practises as a barrister in Queensland, Australia and advises and appears in commercial litigation, property disputes, personal injury claims, family law matters, and employment law matters. He has appeared in both federal and state courts and provides advice for matters in both jurisdictions. In addition to court processes, Michael is also committed to alternative dispute resolution options including mediations and other forms of negotiated settlements. In mediations, he is experienced in both representing clients and conducting the session as the mediator. Michael is based in Brisbane City at Fullagar Chambers but is available to appear on the Gold Coast, Sunshine Coast, other parts of Queensland, or via telephone or video link. Michael comes from a mixed cultural background and is equally proud of his Australian and Japanese heritages. Michael speaks both English and Japanese natively. He is interested in cultural diversity in the legal profession and society generally. Michael is a current committee member of the Queensland Branch of the Asian Australian Lawyers Association. He is also an active member of the Australia Japan Society Queensland. Michael studied journalism and arts before turning to law. He holds bachelor and master degrees in law and before being called to the Bar, gained experience in commercial dispute resolution and litigation as a solicitor at firms in Australia and the United Kingdom. Michael does not accept direct access briefs (i.e. instructions directly from clients). He only accepts briefs from solicitors.

Clinton Mohr, Principal, Clinton Mohr Lawyers
Clinton was admitted as a solicitor in the Supreme Court of Queensland in 1991 and worked at a number of large commercial firms before commencing practice in his own firm. While Clinton is an accredited specialist in property law, his broad experience across all areas of commercial, property and business law, allows him to apply a holistic approach to his clients’ legal issues. The best possible legal result is going to come from providing advice with an understanding of how one area of the law affects and interacts with related areas of law that may play a part in the solution. Clinton’s experience with a broad client base has also given him an excellent understanding of a number of industries, which he uses to cater for client’s needs in a cost effective manner. Clinton specialises in property and planning & environment law and has over fifteen years experience in advising clients in the areas of development, town planning, community title, contaminated land and leasing.


Upcoming Changes Under the Property Law Bill 2023


Single Session
Tuesday, 6 August 2024
1.00pm to 2.00pm Australia/Brisbane
CPD Points 1
Early Bird Discount ends 2 Aug 2024 $112.00
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