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SEMINAR - Risk Management 'Has this happened to you?'

Date: 19 Mar 2013
Start Time: 4:30 PM
End Time: 6:00 PM
Location: SEMINAR ROOM
PD Points: 15.00
Price: AU $ 110.00 (Inc. GST)
Member Price: AU $77.00 (Inc. GST)
Earlybird Price (non Member): AU $110.00 (Inc. GST)
Earlybird Price (Member): AU $57.75 (Inc. GST)
Places Available: 61
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This seminar will be presented by a panel of conveyancers and lawyers Kathy Stolinski, Adcocks Property Solutions, Tim O'Halloran, O'Halloran Conveyancing, Tanya Ashworth-Keppel, AICSA and Geoffrey Adam, AICSA and will cover the following issues:

Have you found yourself in this situation?

  • Concerned about your client's capacity to sign?
  • Is the agent compromising the vendor's interests?
  • Poor communication amongst colleagues?
  • Are your client's instructions legal/ethical?

Let's address these issues and many more.

CPC Note: This seminar qualifies as your Risk Management requirement for CPC.

Presenter Details

Kathy Stolinski

Having worked in radio for 14 years before starting a family and being a stay at home Mum, Kathy embarked on her Conveyancing career in 2002.Now, a Certified Practicing Conveyancer (CPC), Kathy has been with //Adcocks since 2004.
With a passion for land development Kathy’s are of expertise is working on both large, multipurpose developments as well as the smaller divisions. Kathy’s understanding of GST legislation and long term taxation implications means she works closely with our clients Accountants and Real Estate Agents to ensure the maximum benefit for our clients from each deal. Kathy also manages business sale and purchases including liquor and tobacco licenses.
Kathy is also extremely active within the profession. In 2008 Kathy became a Council member of the Australian Institute of Conveyancers (SA) and in 2011 was elected as President by her peers. Kathy is also the state representative at the National Council for AIC.
Kathy is heavily involved in the setting of the professional development training for Conveyancers in South Australia and a member of the industry consultative committee with the Lands Titles office SA.

Tim O'Halloran

Tim commenced his employment with O'Halloran Conveyancing Pty Ltd after completing his studies and becoming a Licensed Conveyancer in 1994. Prior to this Tim was employed by the ANZ Bank for six years gaining invaluable banking industry knowledge and experience. Tim has worked closely alongside Brian gaining extensive knowledge and experience and is now looking forward to expanding the business by continuing to provide knowledgeable, professional and personal service to all clients. Tim is presently the Vice President of the Australian Institute of Conveyancers (SA Division) Incorporated.

Tanya Ashworth-Keppel

Geoffrey Adam

Geoffrey Adam is a graduate from the Law School of the University of Adelaide.
He has worked as an employed solicitor and in his own legal practice.
Between 1985-1990, he was the Legal Officer for the Real Estate Institute of South Australia.
Geoffrey has been Chief Executive Officer of the Australian Institute of Conveyancers (SA Division) since 2002.
He has been a member of the Law Society for more than 30 years and was an active member of its Property Committee for 5 years until he resigned to take up his present position.
Geoffrey has always been active in giving seminars and workshops and writing manuals and articles on a broad range of issues relevant to conveyancers. He regularly presents and writes for AICSA and has provided several seminars and articles for the Law Society.
Geoffrey lives with a tolerant wife and a spoilt dog.

Fees

Member registrations received before 28 February 2013 will receive a 25% discount ($57.75).

As of 1 March 2013 prices will revert to the following:

Members $77
Non-Member $110

15 PD Points

Refreshments will be available after the seminar.

Click here to download a registration form

NOTE: No refund will be given unless more than 7 days notice is received by the AIC. Cancellation may invalidate discount. Registration must be accompanied by correct payment in order to secure a seat. AIC reserves the right to cancel sessions that do not reach the minimum number of participants required (full refunds given).