Caveats – Insights and Pitfalls (2017)
- Understand when is a caveat the right tool?
- Be aware of the downside of a misconceived caveat?
- Understand how to detect a caveatable interest.
- Know alternative measures for when there is no caveatable interest?
- Learn procedural tips for lodgement and removal.
- Learn illustrative cases.
About your Speaker: Martin Hadley, 9 Windeyer Chambers
Martin has over 30 years experience in the practice of law and was admitted to the bar in 1990.
Martin’s practice focuses on the needs of the business community. Most of his cases concern various kinds of contractual disputes – debt recovery, sale of goods, leases, insurance, conveyances, caveats etc. He is also experienced with family provision matters.
Out of Chambers Martin assists charities and NFPs including Tamarama SLSC, the Sydney Heritage Fleet, and Australian Skeptics Inc. Since obtaining his Master’s Degree in Corporate and Commercial Law, he tries to catch up on what he missed at University, especially philosophy and history.
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