CPD: Defences Against Mortgage Enforcement presented by Ivan Leong, Barrister

Clarence, Workplaces for Lawyers
Level 11, 65 York St, Sydney, NSW 2000
Sydney
NSW
2000
Wed,Mar04,2020,1:00PM
Wed,Mar04,2020,2:00PM
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CPD: Defences Against Mortgage Enforcement by Ivan Leong, Barrister

1 CPD point: Substantive law

This seminar will introduce practitioners to potentially useful defences against mortgage enforcement. It is particularly relevant in the current environment of rising mortgage stress and Australian households borrowing ever increasingly more to get in and stay in the Sydney and Melbourne property markets. Ivan will also look at the recent seminal case of ASIC v Westpac and discusses its implications for borrowers and banks.

About Ivan Leong

Ivan Leong practises in a broad range of commercial, insolvency and equity matters, and regularly appears unled in the Supreme Court, District Court, Local Court, and NCAT.

Ivan is known for giving commercially prudent advice geared towards an effective dispute resolution. At trial, Ivan’s method is deeply analytical and strategic, and well suited towards dealing with complex and difficult matters. 

Prior to coming to the Bar, Ivan was a commercial litigation solicitor at boutique CBD law firms.

Details

Date: Wednesday, 4th March 2020
Time: 1:00pm – 2:00pm 
Location: Level 11, 65 York Street Sydney NSW 2000
Cost: Free for CPD subscribers* and $60 for non-subscribers

Lunch included complimentary for all attendees.

*Not a subscriber? Email rose@clarencechambers.com.au to attend unlimited CPD (20+ points plus access to 20 webinars) per year for $480+GST.

The CPD scheme is based on self-assessment of the educational activity by the practitioner. If you find it extends your knowledge and skills in areas that are relevant to your immediate or long term needs in relation to your professional development and practice of law then you can claim the activity for CPD units. You should refer to Rule 7 for the criteria in assessing an activity and Rules 8 and 9 for the amount of units that can be claimed for an activity.

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