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Settlement and E-dealing - contentious issues - Online CPD

Settlement and E-dealing - contentious issues - Online CPD
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Package includes:

Online CPD module  l  Booklet  l  PowerPoint Presentation

Package Fee (incl GST)

  • $91 - NZLS members and Associate members
  • $121 - Non-members

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Online CPD Module

Presentation time: 60 minutes
 
Tendering in an e-dealing environment where there may be a litigation concern can be a challenge. In this relatively new area of law knowing which processes to adopt when there is an “unwilling purchaser” in a default environment is essential.

This webinar will look at key issues, as well as reflect on, the implications of emerging case law in this sphere. Practical strategies will be provided for use when addressing these issues, with particular focus given to:

  • Tendering settlement in the e-dealing environment arising out of Howe v Dempsey [2013] NZHC 229
  • Being ready, able and willing to settle in the absence of:
    • an e-dealing workspace
    • executing A&I forms
    • serving the settlement statement
  • Issuing a settlement statement when an A&I form has not been signed.

Learning objectives

You will:
  • Understand what it means to be ready, able and willing to settle in the e-dealing environment.
  • Recognise how to deal with tendering settlement where there is default.


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Booklet

Author: Niamh McMahon
Published: 4 July 2014
Pages: 7

Introduction

Tendering in an e-dealing environment where there may be a litigation concern can be a challenge. In this relatively new area of law knowing which processes to adopt when there is an “unwilling purchaser” in a default environment is essential.

This module will look at key issues, as well as reflect on, the implications of emerging case law in this sphere. Practical strategies will be provided for use when addressing these issues, with particular focus given to:

  • Tendering settlement in the e-dealing environment arising out of Howe v Dempsey [2013] NZHC 229
  • Being ready, able and willing to settle in the absence of:
    • an e-dealing workspace
    • executing A&I forms
    • serving the settlement statement
  • Issuing a settlement statement when an A&I form has not been signed.

PowerPoint Presentation

These are the slides included in the presentation.
Number of Slides: 20

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Settlement and E-dealing - contentious issues - Online CPD

Publication Date: 04-Jul-2014

Author: Niamh McMahon

NZ $121.00
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