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In this online, on-demand course, HWL Ebsworth partner, Gary Newton, discusses the implications of recent cases in retail and commercial leasing. Issues discussed include:
This course consists of a 1-hour video recording of a presentation by Gary Newton, partner with HWL Ebsworth, together with reference resources.
This course will assist participants to:
A discount of 10% is available to UTS Alumni or UTS Staff enrolling in this short course. If you are eligible for this discount, please ensure you have provided your UTS Student or Staff ID number in your UTS Open Profile (under ‘A bit about you’).
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An accredited specialist in property law since 1994, Gary has continued to build a broad property practice since 1983. He advises on a variety of transactions for landlords and tenants, including retail leasing and commercial leasing, property acquisitions, property developments and sales of residential, commercial, retail and industrial properties, buying property in Australia, strata, community and neighbourhood title law, property joint ventures, due diligence, finance and structuring, partitions, environment and planning; and general property advice.
Gary’s clients comprise a mixture of property developers, high net worth individuals, insurance companies, major NFP organisations and government authorities as well as Chinese investors in Australian property. Gary has been named in Best Lawyers™ Australia for Leasing Law and Real Property Law. He has also been recognised in the Recommended Tier of the ‘Leading Property & Real Estate Lawyers’ for the 2018 edition of Doyle’s Guide. In 2016, Gary was listed as a recommended lawyer in Real Estate by the Asia Pacific Legal 500.
Note: Course content recorded June 2020
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