Institute of Surveyors NSW Twilight Seminar: Cadastral Law Cases

By on 4 October, 2011

This Presentation will cover Recent Cadastral Law Court cases from James Wards’ 2010 Thesis, UNSW; and Cadastral Law cases encountered in modern survey practice.

WHEN: 2011-10-12 to 2011-10-12
WHERE: Level 4, 162 Goulburn Street, Surry Hills

The Institute of Surveyors NSW presents:

October 2011 Twilight Seminar "Cadastral Law Cases"

Presented by Michael Green and James Wards

This Presentation will cover:
• Recent Cadastral Law Court cases from James Wards' 2010 Thesis, UNSW
• Cadastral Law cases encountered in modern survey practice

In 2010 a number of Michael Green’s students from UNSW completed thesis topics that focussed on Cadastral or Land Development topics. These included two theses in particular, one of which looked at 10 different Cadastral Law Cases and the other compared Strata Titles in NSW with those from other states or countries. This presentation will look at the material gathered by James Wards, on Cadastral Cases.

Wednesday 12th October 2011
Location: Level 4, 162 Goulburn Street SURRY HILLS
CPD Event Code: 11.11AP
CPD Points: 2 Cadastral Points 


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