The Effect of Family Court Orders on Interests in Property

CPD Seminar - 27 February 2020

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  • Date 27/02/2020
  • Time 07:15 am - 08:45 am
  • Price $66
  • Quantity
  • Catering: Includes a light breakfast
  • Chair: Greens List Barrister
  • Presenter: Bill Orow
  • Compulsory Field: Substantive Law
  • CPD Units: 1
  • Venue Neil McPhee Room,Owen Dixon Chambers, Level 1, 205 William Street,Melbourne,3000


This seminar is particularly relevant to Insolvency, Family Law and Tax Practitioners]

In two earlier decisions the Full Federal Court determined that family court orders had an immediate dispositive effect of interests in real estate. That principle was qualified later on in a decision that related to interests in shares. In a recent decision of the Full Federal Court in Mingos v FCT [2019] FCA 834, the Full Court considered the earlier decisions and made very useful comments about how the earlier decisions are to be construed and applied.

The purpose of this seminar is to consider the earlier decisions and the later decision in Mingos.

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