2021 Caveats Update (2021)
- The importance of drafting caveats properly – describing the interest.
- The impact of caveats on priority of unregistered interests.
- The intersection between caveats and the Duties Act 1997 (NSW).
- Consequences of lodging a caveat without reasonable cause – s 74P of the Real Property Act 1900 (NSW).
- Restrictions on lodgement of further caveats if earlier caveat lapses or is withdrawn. Briefing counsel in urgent caveat matters.
1 CPD Unit – Professional Skills & Australian Substantive Law
About your Speaker: Vikram Misra – Barrister
Vikram was admitted as a solicitor in 2012 and called to the NSW Bar in 2015. He maintains a broad commercial litigation practice, however he is frequently briefed in the areas of taxation law, property law, contract law, construction law and equity.
Vikram was previously employed as a casual academic for the University of Sydney Law Extension Committee, Sydney NSW where he marked contract law exams.
Vikram regularly appears in all state and federal courts as well as NCAT. He also accepts direct access briefs in some circumstances.
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