Contaminated sites and property transactions

Course Info

Price
$149.00

CPD Points 1.5

Competency
  • C4: Substantive Law (1.5)

Author Profiles

Contaminated sites and property transactions

The Law Society of Western Australia is the professional association for Western Australian barristers and solicitors

 

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Contaminated sites and property transactions

John has held positions with numerous bodies including the Law Society of Western Australia where he was President in 1997, and the Legal Practice Board. He is a Director at Warren Syminton Ralph Pty Ltd.

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Contaminated sites and property transactions

Craig Wallace is a partner in the Planning, Environment and Land Compensation Team within the Property Services Group at Lavan Legal. 

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Contaminated sites and property transactions

Peter Beekink is a partner at Lavan Legal, one of Western Australia’s leading law firms. He is head of Lavan Legal’s Property Services Group.

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Course Summary

A contaminated site can have significant economic and planning implications on any property development and it is vital that lawyers dealing with property transactions be able to plan for and properly advise their clients of the impact and requirements of the Contaminated Sites Act 2003 (WA).

This seminar is chaired by John Syminton, and presented by Peter Beekink and Craig Wallace.

Course Details

This seminar will cover:

  • How the Contaminated Sites Act works
  • The process for dealing with memorials registered on titles to land under the Contaminated Sites Act
  • The impact of the Contaminated Sites Act on property transactions
  • Documenting property transactions to account for the impact of the Contaminated Sites Act
  • The outcomes of the 2014 review of the Contaminated Sites Act