VIC CPD: Security of Payment

VIC CPD: Security of Payment
Join the Victorian Chapter for the CPD presentation -  "Security of Payment: The life and Times of a Payment Claim".

Daniel Raso and Hugh Watson of Moores will discuss the SOP Act and how it affects
the role of quantity surveyors, including what can be claimed in payment claims and
the requirements for payment schedules under building contracts. 

Of all the legislation that applies to the building and construction industry,
the Building and Construction Industry Security of Payment Act 2002 (Vic) has
potentially the greatest potential to affect a client or developer's rights and entitlements. The SOP Act is therefore, 
something that all quantity surveyors should know and understand.

Using real life examples their clients have lived through, Daniel and Hugh will guide attendees not only through the key
features of the SOP Act, but also provide tips on how quantity surveyors can better protect their position and improve their
processes.

About the Presenters

Daniel Raso - Principal | Moores 
Daniel brings solid experience to project and claims management for clients and to the resolution of general commercial,
construction and development disputes. Daniel’s client base spans the education, Government, not-for-profit, transport,
IT, development, and telecommunications sectors.

Naturally Daniel can help resolve complex disputes – but he adds most value by helping his clients avoid litigation in the first
place through good project management. Daniel’s track record testifies to this approach.


Hugh Watsons - Principal | Moores 

Hugh has significant experience in construction and development projects throughout Australia and across multiple industries,
including the commercial, not-for-profit, government and agricultural sectors. Hugh helps clients with all manner of
construction, supply and maintenance agreements, but he takes particular pride in assisting clients strategically structure and
procure their projects to get greater value and efficiencies. Hugh also advises clients on project and claims management during
the project delivery phase.

 


When:  Wednesday, 23 May 2018 
Where:   Room G04 (Theatre 1)
   Old Geology Building 
   enter via the door opposite Richard Berry (Maths) building
   University of Melbourne
   Refer to map: https://maps.unimelb.edu.au/parkville/building/155/old_geology_theatre_1
Time:  5:30 pm for a 6:00 pm start
Price:  Member $59 (incl. GST)
   Non - Member $69 (incl. GST)
   Student Member $15 (incl. GST)
   Student Non-Member $25 (incl. GST)
 CPD Points:  1.5
 RSVP:  Online via AIQS website
   Group registrations complete the Registration form and return to events@aiqs.com.au

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When
23/05/2018 6:00 PM
Where
Melbourne, VIC

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