Disasters - natural, technological and human-made - have plagued New Zealand in recent years. We have seen their destructive effects and the significant damage wrought on buildings in our cities. Damage to buildings and infrastructure, the erection of cordons and complex insurance issues all have serious implications for commercial landlords and tenants. Therefore, it is important to consider how your client’s lease will perform in a disaster. Using lessons learned from the Canterbury earthquakes, we will look at how to ensure commercial leases provide the appropriate legal response to any disaster that may strike.
Content covered will include key issues and how to deal with them.
Information to follow.
Who should attend?
All civil and commercial litigators, insurance lawyers, and general practitioners involved with commercial leases. Leasing agents and insurance brokers would also benefit from attending.
in person registration only
Please note this page is only for registration to attend in person.
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Dr Toni Collins
Lecturer, School of Law
University of Canterbury
Mortlock McCormack Law
National Manager for Business Continuity, Asset Protection