The Regulation of Terms Contracts for the Sale of Land in Victoria

Are you aware of the dangers of inadvertently creating terms contracts? In conveyancing, drafting a contract of sale of land demands expert precision to avoid the unintended consequences. Explore common pitfalls that lead to non-compliance with rules under the Sale of Land Act 1962 and avoid potentially rendering your contracts voidable. Don't miss this opportunity to equip yourself with the knowledge needed to safeguard transactions and protect the interests of all parties involved.

Thursday, 19 September 2024
Early Bird Discount ends 2 Aug 2024 $112.00
1.00pm to 2.00pm The Regulation of Terms Contracts for the Sale of Land in Victoria


Gain insights into the pitfalls of inadvertently creating terms contracts when contract drafting in Conveyancing and learn best practices to ensure compliance and protect client interests as you consider:

  • When parties may wish to rely on a terms contract for the sale of land
  • The potential benefits and downsides of executing a terms contract
  • When a contract for the sale of land will be deemed a terms contract
  • What special rules will apply if there is a terms contract?
  • What all parties ought to consider before executing a terms contract

Presented by Nicholas Bird, Barrister, Chapman’s List Barristers

Description

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

Chair

Kelly Young, Director, Estate Conveyancing

Presenters


Kelly Young, Director, Estate Conveyancing
Kelly Young is a fully unrestricted Conveyancing Licence holder and director of Estate Conveyancing, located in Macleod. Kelly and her staff at Estate Conveyancing prides themselves and providing education to clients and referrers alike. Kelly has been working in the legal industry for 20 years with experience in the property fields of settlements & conveyancing in Victoria and Western Australia and residential and commercial lending. Starting out as a junior paralegal in stamping, registration, and settlements, moving onto residential mortgages, Conveyancing and also Commercial Lending, Kelly has a background working in accountant firms, law firms and conveyancing offices in Melbourne city, rural areas of Victoria and is also qualified within Settlements in the state of WA.


Nicholas Bird, Barrister, Chapman’s List Barristers
Prior to coming to the Bar, Nicholas worked as a policy adviser to the Victorian Government. In particular, he advised on regulatory issues affecting small businesses in Victoria. He also previously worked as a consultant with PwC Australia. Nicholas completed degrees in Arts and in Law at Monash University. He also completed a Master of Laws (LLM) at the London School of Economics, specialising in Corporate & Securities Law. As part of the degree, he completed a dissertation, researching developments in anti-bribery legislation across different common law jurisdictions.

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The Regulation of Terms Contracts for the Sale of Land in Victoria

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Thursday, 19 September 2024
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