PAST PAPER: Session 1: Property Law Update
Date: November 2016
Public Works Act 1981: A Refresher
Presented by Charlotte von Dadelszen, Partner, Buddle Findlay
Divide and Conquer: Mastering Subdivisions
Presented by Jamie Nunns, Partner, Morrison Kent
Unit Titles Act 2010: Important Legal Issues
Presented by Alan Henwood, Director, Stephens Lawyers Limited; Adjudicator at the Tenancy Tribunal
Purchase of Off-the-Plan Units: Avoiding Problems
Presented by David Gilbert, Partner, Minter Ellison Rudd Watts
Chair: Jeannie Warnock
Jeannie Warnock is an experienced commercial lawyer whose practice has a particular focus on commercial property. She is a senior partner in the projects law firm, Greenwood Roche, based in Wellington. Jeannie regularly advises on commercial property developments including providing advice on tendering and procurement , joint ventures, brown and greenfield developments, leasing, construction, Public Works Act, subdivision and acquisition and disposal of assets. She advises both public and private sector clients across a diverse range of industry areas including primary sector, housing, infrastructure, tourism, commercial leasing and Treaty settlements. She is a notary public, a member of the executive of the Property Law Section of the New Zealand Law Society and a member of the Institute of Directors.
Charlotte von Dadelszen
Charlotte van Dadelszen is a partner in the Wellington office of Buddle Findlay where she leads the property and construction team. Charlotte has been involved in the development and negotiation of a range of land contracts, leases, tender conditions, development and construction contracts, easements, encumbrances and Public Works Act transactions. Charlotte also has extensive experience acting for the Crown in the negotiation of Treaty settlements with M?ori. Charlotte spent six years working in London for the Disability Law Service where she was Head of Legal Services (Community Care). She is a trustee for the St Mark's School Trust Board and the Child Health Foundation. She is also on the New Zealand Law Society's Standards Committee. Charlotte is a member of Buddle Findlay's Partner Selection, Graduate Recruitment and Diversity and Inclusion Committees.
Jamie Nunns is a partner at Morrison Kent, and has specialised in property law throughout his legal career. Jamie has extensive experience in acting on large scale acquisitions and disposals of land, leasing of all types in all property sectors and complex subdivisions involving single or multi sector property uses and associated issues including contractual structures, covenant structures, layered leases and property governance.
Alan Henwood is a Director at Stephens Lawyers Limited. He is a property lawyer with extensive experience of statutory property law including local government and public sector property. He has written extensively on the Unit Titles Act 2010 and is also a Tenancy Tribunal adjudicator.
David Gilbert is a highly regarded commercial property lawyer who has advised on some of New Zealand's largest property transactions and developments. With over 20 years experience advising on property acquisitions, property developments and leasing. David has particular expertise in putting together complex acquisition agreements, project contracts, commercial subdivisions, including office, retail and industrial properties, shopping centres and industrial parks. David has extensive public and private sector experience in due diligences, and the acquisition and disposal of land, retail premises and office complexes. He also has experience advising clients, including the Crown, in the health, military and energy sectors. David represents major asset managers in their property portfolio requirements from acquisition, including Overseas Investment Office compliance, management and divestment. David reviews and coordinates property leases. David also specialises in infrastructure projects, with experience in both New Zealand and the United Kingdom and a focus on Public Private Partnerships (PPP).
The InterContinental Wellington
Level 1, 2 Grey St
Limited valet parking available at NZ$20 per day. Additional parking
available at Wilson Parking with NZ$5 per half hour and NZ$22 for
The Intercontinental is a 2 min walk from Lambton Quay which
has a number of buses going to airport and suburbs. It's a 10 min walk to
the nearest train station.
Taxis are also available downstairs at the hotel entry.
Parking is not included in the registrartion fee and price is subject to
sign up to our updates
To keep informed of our upcoming seminars that are right for you
"Excellent, very thought provoking with great notes to reference later"
Delagate - Public Law and Local Government – Auckland, March 2017
,Read more testimonials