Land & Property Law Forum

Land and property law is going through a period of rapid renewal and will continue to do so in the coming years. At the forefront are the recent amendments stemming from the Land Transfer Act 2017, meaning practitioners will need to adapt to the new normal of land transactions. Further changes to Residential Tenancies and Unit Titles are targeted at the growing problems arising from the urban housing trend, particularly in Auckland with 40% of new builds in 2016 being multi-united.

In addition, processes regarding compliance to phase 2 of the Anti-Money Laundering/ Counter-Financing of Terrorism legislation are still not fully understood, while the complexities of property taxation continue to trip up even the most experienced lawyers.

The Public Works regime also deserves another examination, on two fronts, as the increasing number of public infrastructure projects has unearthed old issues that go the root of private property rights.

The 2017 Land and Property Law Forum, organised by Thomson Reuters, is an entirely new conference that brings together lawyers, conveyancers, real estate agents, registered property managers, and many others within the property sector in New Zealand. The Forum aims to provide not only an in-depth analysis of the updated law, but also practical solutions catered to your everyday needs.

Land and Property Law Forum is your best opportunity to stay up-to-date on a broad, yet topical collection of areas covered by these sessions. Our high calibre presenters, coming from diverse backgrounds will deliver an informative and interesting day of professional learning.

We look forward to meeting you at the conference.

Conference attendance earns 6 CPD hours.

Date & Locations

Auckland, 29 November, SKYCITY Convention Centre

Christchurch, 30 November, Rydges Latimer

Early bird cost

$595 + GST
*Earlybird pricing closes 13 October 2017

Full Price

$650 + GST

Conference attendance earns 6 CPD Hours