If you missed Justice Tim Moore’s session on Drafting Just Terms Compensation Reports held in NSW on 22 March 2017, or would like to view it again, you can purchase a copy of the webinar.  Once purchased, you will have access to the webinar including copies of the slides, the recorded footage and the audio online.

A valuer's Just Terms Compensation Report plays a crucial role in determining appropriate levels of compensation. 

If you are a valuer who has had limited experience or are seeking to gain further experience in the drafting of Just Terms Compensation Reports you must not miss this workshop. 

The Hon. Justice Tim Moore discusses how valuers can provide reports that meet the needs of the Court. 


Tim MooreThe Hon. Justice Tim Moore 
Land and Environment Court

His Honour was appointed as a Commissioner of the Court in November 2002; Senior Commissioner in March 2009; an Acting Judge in June 2015 and as a permanent Judge in January 2016.

He was the Member for Gordon in the NSW Parliament between 1976 and 1992 and was Minister for the Environment between 1988 and 1992 Between 1992 and 1993, he was Executive Director of the NSW Master Builders Association. Between 1993 and 1996, he was an Assistant Secretary in the Department of the Prime Minister and Cabinet and Secretary to the Council for Aboriginal Reconciliation. 

His Honour commenced practice as a barrister in 1997 - practising in the areas of planning and environment law; commercial and corporations law and building disputes.He graduated from UNSW Law School in 1977.  In March 2009, he was awarded a Graduate Diploma in Planning (Distinction) by UTS.  His Honour is also a nationally accredited mediator. 

You will require a computer with a stable internet connection and audio capabilities to view this recording. If you are unable to view this, please contact the API at education@api.org.au

CPD Points

After watching the webinar and answering the quiz question you will be awarded 2 CPD points. 

$160.00 *
$160.00 *
* Price includes GST where applicable