Essential sessions for conveyancers and supervising property practitioners
12-13 May 2009, Marriott Hotel, Brisbane
When more clients than ever before are asking to get in and out of contracts and high debt-driven home ownership is creating a flood of distressed and semi-distressed sales, both vendors and purchasers are motivated to buy, sell, enforce, and escape contractual commitments.
Conveyancers and paralegal's need to ensure that they are up to date with their transaction checklist, with diligent guidance from their supervisors on what to look out for, and being alive to pressure points that may cause head aches for attempts to enforce or escape commitments.
Acting for either side of the property transaction in 2009 requires supervising property practitioners to balance prompt preparation and price point, with an ability to anticipate how other practitioners may seek to accommodate alternative motivations.
P.S. Gain CLE points
Outstanding speaker faculty
Purposefully designed education for
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