Advising homeowners on building contracts - 5 July 2017 (On Demand)

Description

More and more homeowners are entering into building contracts, from first home owners taking advantage of the lower deposit requirements, to homeowners in Canterbury and Wellington looking to rebuild after the earthquakes.

This webinar is a practical look at what to watch out for when reviewing building contracts on behalf of homeowners.

It will give you an overview of:

  •  Common areas where things go wrong in building projects, and how to safeguard against these; 
  •  Standard building contract terms, and where these can be onerous to homeowners; and 
  •  What you ought to be advising homeowners about and warning them against.

LEARNING OUTCOMES

Learning:

  •  Common areas where things go wrong in building projects, and how to safeguard against these;
  •  Standard building contract terms, and where these can be onerous to homeowners; and
  •  What you ought to be advising homeowners about and warning them against.

DATE OF ORIGINAL BROADCAST

5 July 2017

SUITED TO

Lawyers and other professional advisers, as well as general members of the public who are considering entering into a building contract.

PRESENTER

Karen Overend, Director, Overend & Associates Limited

 

 

1 CPD Hour

  • On Demand Event
    Complete online in your own time (Self-paced)
    • $160.00 excl. GST

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