Executive Forum: Just Terms Compensation - Participating as a Valuer in a Resumption Case (N190313)
Join us as we commence this year's Just Terms Executive Forum series with a presentation by His Honour Justice Tim Moore of the Land and Environment Court on the topic "Participating as a Valuer in a Resumption Case".
The enormous increase in infrastructure projects in the state and the resultant compulsory acquisition of private property has resulted in an even greater focus on the role of a valuer in assessing compensation whether for the acquiring authority or for the dispossessed owner.
- The Hon. Justice Tim Moore, Land and Environment Court
The 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.
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