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Alumni Club Talk on Property Investing in New Zealand August 15, 2006

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Subject: Dolf de Roos Alumni Club – Meeting This Thursday, 17th August

Dear fellow investors,

This week, Lim Lay Ping would like to introduce a friend and special guest speaker from out of town — Sylvia Cheah of Brookfields Lawyers, from Auckland, New Zealand, who will be speaking on the:

“Legal Aspects of Property Investing in NZ”

Get your questions answered:

– Important implications you must know as a foreigner investing in NZ property
– Common problems & pitfalls of being an overseas landlord, and ways around it
– How to choose the “right” legal structure for owning NZ property
– In hiring a lawyer, does one need to choose a practice that is in the city of one’s investment?

– And more…
 

Venue: “The Upper Room” Cafe, 733 Second Avenue #02-03
Date: Thursday, 17th August, 7:00-8:45pm

(This walk-up 2nd-floor cafe is situated in a short row of shops along Bukit Timah Road after Hua Chong Institution and before Sixth Avenue)

Please RSVP by Thursday noon.  Thanks!

Best regards,

Christine Ho

9828 7350

PS – This talk is not limited to the Dolf group, so if you have friends interested too, let me know! 🙂

Notes: Sylvia is a partner in Brookfields lawyers. She has an LLB and a Masters in Commercial Law (Honours), both from universities in New Zealand and has been practising in property and general commercial for the last 16 years.
In particular, she specialises in project development and leasing, and has worked with both developers and investors.

The firm she is currently with, Brookfields, is a 150 year old full service law firm. It has offices in Auckland and Manukau, and is also part of the Hunt and Hunt Legal Group. The company acts for corporate, public bodies and private clients and pride themselves in their ability to treat “clients’ affairs as their own.”
 

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