The revised ADLSI Commercial Deed of Lease – Using the Standard Form to Best Effect (On Demand)

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ADLSI’s commercial Deed of Lease and ancillary documents (Agreement to Lease and Deed of Sublease) have undergone further revision. This On Demand webinar explains what changes have been made to these forms and the reasons for those changes. In addition, it discusses common legal practices that occur during the course of a tenancy relationship from a practical legal perspective and in relation to the use of these standard forms.

A sample copy of the ADLSI’s commercial Deed of Lease will be provided to follow while hearing from our expert presenters who drafted the changes to it and the ancillary lease documents.

Learning Outcomes

Registrants will learn how to use the standard form Deed of Lease to best effect by:

  • becoming familiar with the changes to the Deed of Lease and ancillary standard forms;
  • receive tips on how best to advise a landlord and tenant engaging in lease processes commonly occurring throughout the life of a tenancy;
  • becoming better informed on how to use the forms to protect a client landlord or tenant’s interests at the time of entering into the Deed of Lease; and
  • learning of pitfalls to avoid when acting for a landlord or tenant. 

Who should watch

All commercial property lawyers, legal executives or general practitioners who use, or deal with, the ADLSI Deed of Lease and suite documents.

Feedback from the live event

"Practical and informative. Always good to listen to the questions at the end as there are so many different leasing situations."

"It was an excellent webinar."
 

 

Presenters

Joanna Pidgeon
Principal, Pidgeon Law

Joanna Pidgeon is the founding partner of Pidgeon Law. She has a vast range of clients, including property investors, developers, project managers, financiers, construction companies, landlords and tenants, real estate agencies and body corporates whom she advises on all aspects of property development, sale and purchase, property management and leasing, as well as providing commercial law and structuring advice.

Joanna handles all aspects of fee simple, unit title, leasehold and cross lease subdivisions. She is experienced in leasing matters, including green leasing and changes brought about by the Property Law Act 2007.

Joanna is an ADLSI council member. She also chairs ADLSI’s Property Disputes Committee, is a member of ADLSI’s Property Law Committee, and has been involved with the revision of ADLSI’s Deed of Lease. In addition, Joanna is a member of the Land Titles Committee of the NZLS's Property Section and is a member of the Conveyancing 2020 Workgroup.

Justin March
Partner, DLA Phillips Fox

Justin March is a partner and practice group leader of the property team in the Auckland office of DLA Phillips Fox. He is ranked by Chambers Global Asia-Pacific Guide 2012 as a leading real estate lawyer.

With nearly three decades of experience, he is a specialist in commercial property and advises clients across a broad range of industry sectors. Justin’s client base is a diverse one including international clients who operate across multiple jurisdictions and typically with significant property portfolios. He has expertise in all aspects of property and specialises in property acquisitions and divestments; commercial property development; retail, industrial and office leasing; design build sales and leasing; property disputes; large scale subdivisions; portfolio property management; multiple ownership title structures and development projects; property financing; hotel and leisure.

Justin is a member of ADLSI’s Property Law Committee and Documents and Precedents Committee, which has recently revised the ADLSI Deed of Lease.