Unit Titles Regulations – Release and Reflection

The final updates to the Unit Titles Regulations 2011 and its principal Act were recently released and took legal force on 9 May. This concludes what has been a lengthy process to improve the Unit Titles Act 2010, focusing on governance and transparency within Bodies Corporate and the associated management industry.

In this webinar, our expert presenters will take you through the 9 May changes around long-term maintenance plans, off-the-plans disclosure, impact on due diligence advice, document retention obligations and electronic voting. They will also provide insightful reflections on the effectiveness of the myriad of amendments that have been introduced and provide some practical guidance in incorporating changes into practice.

Who should attend?

Generalist lawyers, property lawyers, unit title specialist lawyers, and other stakeholders in the Body Corporate industry.

  • Gain an understanding of the most recent legislation changes to the Unit Titles Act and its Regulations.
  • Take away tips on the practical implications to assist advising your clients developing and selling or buying into, or living in, a unit title complex, sitting on BC Committees or those operating in the management industry.
  • Benefit from understanding the wider implications of the legislative changes


Joanna Pidgeon
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Joanna Pidgeon is a property law expert, Past President of the ADLS and current member of the Property Law Committee. She is also a member of the NZLS Land Titles Committee. She often makes determinations under the ASPRE when there are disputes, is a past Chair of the Property Disputes Committee and gives expert evidence in Courts and Tribunals on a wide range of property matters.

Liza Fry-Irvine
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Liza is a Unit Title and Body Corporate specialist and is known in the industry for her technical expertise and passion for industry education. She advises Bodies Corporate, Committees, owners, and Body Corporate Managers, is SCA (NZ) Vice President, and was involved in all aspects of government submissions on the UT Amendment Act. Liza is a member of ADLS’ Property Law Committee and drafted the Model Operational Rules on commencement of the current UTA.



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Member: $95 GST

Non-Member: $135 GST


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