12. Feb 20 5:15 pm - 7:00 pm

Family Law seminar 27 Places remaining

Level 10, 99 Elizabeth Street
Sydney NSW 2000

This presentation in two parts will focus on areas of particular interest to family lawyers.

In the first part, Derek Hand will present on caveatable interests that often arise in the context of family law proceedings. He will discuss the nature of caveatable interests and the principles that commonly arise in the family law arena. The seminar is specially tailored for family lawyers and will offer practical tips on drafting, on how to extend the operation of a caveat, and the means of removing caveats.

In the second part, Leah Reid will discuss the Family Court’s jurisdiction to vary and set aside final property orders (made by consent or after a contested hearing), and will provide a case update as to the circumstances that amount to a miscarriage of justice, enlivening the Court’s power.

Please join us for drinks and canapés following the seminar.

1 point in Substantive Law.

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