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Pressing issues in valuation and compulsory acquisition – Level Twenty Seven Chambers Event
2 March @ 12:30 pm – 2:00 pm
What will the seminar cover?
The speakers will host a live online discussion focused on two cases from 2020 which raised topical questions:
- Conway & Ors v Australia Pacific LNG CSG Transmissions Pty Ltd & Anor  QLC 26 addressed questions about what compensation could arise from the reporting of a protected plant on a land owner’s property.
- Genamson Holdings Pty Ltd v Moreton Bay Regional Council & Anor  QSC 84 was a judicial review that examined the process by which a decision was made to compulsory acquire land and highlights the care required to undertake that process properly.
Questions can be submitted to Tamara McCombe (firstname.lastname@example.org) in advance or live during the session.
Who should attend?
This is an important update for administrative, government, commercial and planning & environment lawyers, as well as those advising metropolitan and rural land owners.
Rob Anderson QC (Barrister, Level Twenty Seven Chambers)
Rob is an experienced and versatile trial and appellate advocate. He provides advice in relation to a wide range of commercial matters, with defamation, insurance and professional negligence, property law, land valuation and compulsory acquisition, and insolvency as areas of particular focus.
Timothy Stork (Barrister, Level Twenty Seven Chambers)
With over 17 years’ experience in planning, environment, compulsory acquisition and energy law, first as Senior Associate at what is now a global firm and more recently as Senior Legal Counsel and Acting General Counsel at Energy Queensland, Tim is a client-focused barrister adept in providing user friendly and strategic advice to reach commercial and practical solutions.
Webinar – joining details will be shared the day before the event.