Joint Sale and Compulsory Sale – Online Seminar (registration closed)

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UCEM CPD Seminar – 2 February 2021   <registration for this seminar is now closed but check out our next seminar on Property Management Services here 

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Urban areas in Hong Kong are almost fully developed and hence new supply mainly hinges on redevelopment of existing buildings.

Join Charles Chan MSc, FRICS, FHKIS, MCIArb, RPS(GP), Managing Director of Savills Valuation and Professional Services Limited at this informative online seminar.  Being the pioneer of joint sale, Mr Chan was involved in numerous cases of joint sale and application for sale order under the Ordinance.  He will share his valuable experience in this new frontier with you.

This CPD session is particularly suitable for Valuation/Development Managers ,  Project Managers, and students who want to enrich their knowledge regarding  “Joint Sale and Compulsory Sale in Hong Kong “.

Delivered in English via Zoom , a Q&A session will take place at the end of the presentation. Scroll down for more details.

2 hours CPD

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Description

Joint Sale and Compulsory Sale in Hong Kong

Itinerary Details

Date : Tuesday 2 February 2021 

Timings (GMT)

11:00    Registration

11:15     Presentation

12:45     Qs & As

13:00     There will be a period after the event for networking

Location
This will be a live seminar delivered via Zoom.  Access details to Zoom will be supplied in the week preceding the CPD event.

Overview

This CPD seminar is part of a series that use Hong Kong case studies to provide relevance to and support development of technical competencies. The seminar has been designed to provide a deeper understanding of essential topics participants need to learn to acquire the competences expected of a practising Surveyor , Development Manager or Project Manager.

About this Seminar

Urban areas in Hong Kong are almost fully developed and hence new supply mainly hinges on redevelopment of existing buildings.  Following the enactment of Land (Compulsory Sale for Redevelopment) Ordinance in late 1990’s, joint sales of properties of strata owners to developers for redevelopment were the key source of new supply in urban areas.  Being the pioneer of joint sale, Mr Chan was involved in numerous cases of joint sale and application for sale order under the Ordinance.  He will share his valuable experience in these new frontier with you.

The presentation will cover the following key areas:

  • Elements of joint sale
  • Keys to a successful joint sale
  • Introduction to application for sale order under the Ordinance
  • Recent development of case law

Who should attend this session?

This CPD session is particularly suitable for Valuation / Development Managers & Project Managers, and students who want to enrich their knowledge regarding the “Joint Sale and Compulsory Sale in Hong Kong

The seminar is particularly suitable for those who are studying for, or going to sit, the Assessment of Professional Competence (APC) held by the Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors (RICS). These sessions will also be useful for Probationer Members in the General Practice Division or the Planning and Development Division of the Hong Kong Institute of Surveyors (HKIS) who wish to enhance their knowledge / skills for their APC .

Speaker Details

Charles Chan MSc, FRICS, FHKIS, MCIArb, RPS(GP)
Managing Director, Savills

Charles Chan was appointed Managing Director, Savills Valuation and Professional Services Limited in January 2006 and is responsible for overseeing a professional team of over 100 staff offering a full line of services including valuation; feasibility studies; government lease modification; rating appeal; litigation valuation and a range of other property consultancy services.

Mr Chan has over 20 years of high level strategic professional services expertise and is a distinguished and acknowledged expert amongst the Hong Kong real estate community. Currently he provides regular professional advice to many major developers and investors in Hong Kong and China. He is also well recognised as the leading valuation expert in joint sales and compulsory sales of properties of various nature.

Enrolment details

To enrol today simply “add to basket” and proceed to the checkout to pay by credit card,  debit card or PayPal. All attendees must “purchase” the course to register their intention to attend. Please take care when you register your personal details as these will be used for your certificate.

You will be provided with your zoom access link in the week preceding the event.

Please log on to the Online Academy course after purchase to see the access details. 

CPD certificate

Proof of attendance will be issued upon request.

A personal certificate confirming your 2 hours of CPD will be issued to you following the seminar.

Contact

If you have any questions regarding this CPD event, please contact academy@ucem.ac.uk

Cancellation policy

UCEM Online Academy recognises that a change in circumstances can sometimes be unavoidable and that delegates who register for a scheduled event may need to withdraw or change their original registration.

If you are unable to attend this scheduled CPD course you are booked on, you may request to substitute another person to attend in your place provided you notify us in writing at academy@ucem.ac.uk at least five working days before the event.

Refunds are calculated as follows upon receipt of the written request to academy@ucem.ac.uk

·         More than 28 days before the course start date: UCEM Online Academy will retain 20% of the fees due.

·         28-14 days before the course start date: UCEM Online Academy will retain 50% of the fees due.

·         Less than 14 days before the start date: UCEM Online Academy will retain 100% of the fees due.

In the unlikely event of UCEM Online Academy withdrawing a course, all course fees paid will be refunded, however UCEM Online Academy will not be liable for any other costs or losses incurred.