ONLINE The Rent Laws: The Development of Jurisprudence in relation to pre-1995 Leases and the new Private Residential Leases Act

Session Outline

This session will provide a general overview of the recent developments in local jurisprudence in relation to pre-1995 leases and of the Private Residential Leases Act, Cap 604, Laws of Malta.

Who should attend ?

This session will be of particular interest to lawyers, tenants, owners and any person who has a particular interest in the real estate industry in Malta.

Date:  Monday 11th May, 2020

Time: 1500 – 1700hrs

Participation Fee

€30; payment by bank transfer upon receipt of our invoice with the bank details

Registration

If you are interested kindly register here

After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the webinar.

Registration closes Friday 8th May.

Certification

A certificate of attendance will be issued to all participants who attend the session.

Lecturers:

Dr. George Bugeja; Senior Associate, GANADO Advocates 

Dr George Bugeja is a Senior Associate in the Corporate Finance team and regularly assists clients with various corporate law matters, including mergers and acquisitions and corporate restructuring, and general commercial law.George also retains a special focus on energy law related matters and aviation law related matters. He has assisted clients in these industries both from a regulatory perspective as well as from a transactional and Financing perspective.
George completed his Doctor of Philosophy in Law (Ph.D.) degree from King’s College London in 2018, having written a thesis entitled “The Basel Accords as a Transnational Regulatory Law: A Focus on Regulatory Consistency and Domestic Embeddedness“

Dr. Adrian Camilleri; Consultant, GANADO Advocates

Dr Adrian Camilleri is a consultant within GANADO Advocates’ Corporate and Litigation teams. Prior to joining GANADO Advocates, Adrian ran his own legal practice for thirteen years. He specialised in litigation, including criminal law cases, and had an extra-judicial practice with with a focus on matters relating to Sports Law; Company and Commercial Law, and aspects of Civil Law including Family Law. He has been appointed by the Courts on numerous occasions as a legal referee and arbiter in civil and commercial matters and has also been appointed as a court expert in criminal inquiries.

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