By Phillip Leaman

29 January 2018

Tisher Liner FC Law Principal and Accredited Business Law Specialist, Phillip Leaman, will be sharing his expertise on Compulsory Acquisition and Compensation at the Property Law Symposium being held on Wednesday 7 March at the RACV City Club in Melbourne.

Phillip has acted for a substantial amount of compulsory acquisition matters on projects such as the East West Link, Level Crossing Removal Project, Sky rail, Melbourne Metro Rail Project, Dandenong to Caulfield Voluntary Purchase Scheme, council acquisitions for public open space and other projects. He has also has been involved in a substantial number of claims (acting on behalf of both sides) and claims at Land Use Victoria, Magistrates’ Court, County Court, Supreme Court and Court of Appeal for adverse possession and fence disputes.

Ahead of the Property Law Symposium, Phillip discussed the key challenges and opportunities facing the industry today in a Q&A forum. Read the article here.

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