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 Recorded Webinar: NSW’s COVID-19 Leasing Reforms: The Court’s Verdict Is In

 ABOUT THE WEBINAR
UPDATE: Recording will be available from the 21st of October 2020

Landlords and tenants across the country are continuing to feel the effects of COVID-19 and serious questions surround the recent COVID-19 leasing reforms. The recent NSW Supreme Court decisions of Sneakerboy are the first opportunity across all States and Territories for a Court to apply COVID-19 related legislation. This session examines the key implications of the Sneakerboy decisions and how parties can achieve some certainty in an uncertain future. It covers:
 

  • Unpacking Sneakerboy Retail Pty Ltd trading as Sneakerboy v Georges Properties Pty Ltd (No 2) [2020] NSWSC and Sneakerboy Retail Pty Ltd trading as Sneakerboy v Georges Properties Pty Ltd [2020] NSWSC 996
  • What is the Covid-19 Pandemic period and how does it apply to April rent?
  • What is meant by "tenant's trade" under the code?
  • What is meant by ‘reasonable recovery period” under the code and is the door now open for six months more rent relief for SME tenants?
  • Is a landlord required to consider extending concessions beyond the prescribed period of the COVID leasing laws?
  • What happens when the COVID leasing laws are repealed?
    • What rights accrue on repeal?
    • What rights are voided?
  • What is the extent of the court’s powers following failed renegotiations?
  • Best practice guidance for renegotiations between the parties
 PRESENTER
Recorded Webinars,Property Law,Recorded Webinar: NSW’s COVID-19 Leasing Reforms: The Court’s Verdict Is In

Maged Jebeile, Special Counsel & Accredited Specialist Property Law, HWL Ebsworth, Sydney

Maged joined HWL Ebsworth in December 2019  as Special Counsel and works  in the Sydney Real Estate and Projects Team.

He is an Accredited Specialist in Property Law with over 17 years of broad commercial property law experience including sales and acquisitions, option agreements, development projects and subdivisions, retirement village projects, easements and covenants, planning agreements, commercial, industrial and retail leasing, mortgages and funding arrangements.

As a member of the Law Society’s Property Law Committee since 2012, Maged has contributed to various submissions on property law reform and assisted in redrafting industry recognised documents such as the latest editions of the standard form of Contract for Sale and Purchase of Land and the Law Society’s 2018 release of the NSW Retail and Commercial standard form of leases. Maged also participates in the Committee’s adjudication of disputes under the Law Society’s Conveyancing Dispute Resolution Scheme.

Maged is a contributing author to the NSW Conveyancing Manual published by Thomson Reuters which is a core reference for Conveyancing Practitioners in NSW. Maged has also published a range of articles as an editor of the Australian Property Law Bulletin which is a national LexisNexis publication.

 WHO SHOULD ATTEND?

This webinar is suitable for NSW Property Lawyers with some knowledge of this topic. This webinar is for practitioners with some knowledge in this area and looking to improve their knowledge.

 ENQUIRIES/ASSISTANCE
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 Price:  $198.00 (Inclusive of GST)
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