In the context of rural property transactions, due diligence commonly involves an elevated level of complexity combining as it does considerations about large areas of land and its associated commercial value. It is critical to get it right. This On Demand webinar provides clear guidance and useful advice to lawyers practising in the area of rural property transactions on what to look out for and potential problems that can arise when undertaking due diligence.
- Receive guidance on how to conduct efficient and effective due diligence processes in the context of rural property transactions.
- Learn more about various due diligence considerations and where to access and how to analyse relevant information.
- Develop strategies to address issues that may arise out of the due diligence process.
Who should view?
Junior to intermediate lawyers involved in rural property transactions and property lawyers of any level who may occasionally be involved with the sale and purchase of rural land.
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Partner, Anderson Lloyd
Tim Black is a partner in the Dunedin office of Anderson Lloyd. Tim’s specialty areas of practice are farming and agribusiness, high-end relationship property and trusts. Before joining Anderson Lloyd in 2005, Tim spent 14 years practising in Balclutha. Since 2005, he has overseen Anderson Lloyd’s Personal Client practice, while maintaining his personal interest in farming and agribusiness, high-end relationship property matters and trust law.
Tim has presented at a number of seminars on agribusiness topics.