This session is open to Notaries only
The Public Domain Act, which is now the 4th Schedule of the Civil Code, raises new issues in relation to land in Malta, both that traditionally known as the foreshore, as extra commercium property, and in relation to inland areas, on the one hand, and the sea and territorial waters and underlying sea-bed, on the other hand.
The law is detailed and complex and it reflects basic principles which give it context and basis for understanding the potential of this law. It also deals with processes.
The introductory lecture is intended to expose the main features of the law and the intentions behind it so that notaries coming across areas covered by the new law are aware of the key issues they will need to consider going forward.
Date and Time
Tuesday, 25th May 2021 13.30 – 15.30 hrs
€20 per person; cheques payable to Kunsill Nutarili ta’ Malta and sent to Institute of Legal Studies Malta, 19/12 Vincenti Buildings, Strait Street, Valletta VLT1432
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Dr. Max Ganado, Ganado Advocates
Max has been practicing law for close to 40 years. He started his career as a maritime lawyer dealing with all aspects of shipping, including ship finance. He became a Partner of the firm in 1986 and moved on to develop the Financial Services practices at Ganado Advocates. He has been heavily involved in the drafting of new legislation required for the development of Malta as a financial centre, including the revision of the law relating to trusts and the law on legal persons and foundations, as well as on netting, securitisation, DLT and aviation.
Max has been delivering lectures on varied subjects for a number of years, having been actively involved in disseminating education to the Maltese legal professions and Maltese law students. He has published various articles and has acted as editor of a number of publications.
Max was the firm’s Managing Partner for 6 years. In 2015, he moved into a Senior Partner position within the firm, taking over a mix of duties, some professional and others relating to strategy.
Max retired in December 2020 and is now acting as a Consultant to the firm.
A certificate of attendance will be issued to all participants who attend the session.