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REIQ Journal : July 2008
Registration Courses JULY Brisbane 21-25 21-24 & 28-29 Gold Coast 21-25 Sunshine Coast 7-11 7-10 & 14-15 Toowoomba 28 – 1 Aug Townsville 21-25 21-24 & 28-29 Rockhampton 14-18 14-17 & 21-22 Hervey Bay 21-25 July 21-24 & 28-29 AUGUST Brisbane 4-8 4-7 & 11-12 18-22 Gold Coast 4-8 18-22 18-21 & 25-26 Sunshine Coast 11-15 Cairns 11-15 11-14 & 18-19 Mackay 4-8 4-7 & 11-12 Sales Property Management Sales Sales Sales Property Management Sales Sales Property Management Sales Property Management Sales Registration contains units: PRDRE 13A/15A/18A/39A Sales Property Management Registration contains units: PRDRE 13A/15A/18A/39A Property Management Rockhampton Sunshine Coast Townsville Cairns Gold Coast Toowoomba Bundaberg Mackay Brisbane 10 July 22 July 24 July 25 July 28 July 4 August 12 August 18 August 21 August Phone (07) 3249 7347 for more information or to register Sales Property Management Sales Sales Property Management Sales Sales Property Management Sales Property Management Sales Property Management REIQ best practice and compliance advisor Stacey Holt will present this highlyinformative and interactive session, designed to provide property managers with the necessary knowledge and skills to help you successfully deal with Small Claims Tribunal hearings. Part one will cover the Residential Tenancies Act, its requirements, and the practical definitions of urgent and non-urgent applications. Statutory tribunal forms will be examined, along with best practice methods for completing them. This session will also focus on the dispute resolution process through the Residential Tenancies Authority. Part two will look specifically at Small Claims Tribunal hearings and discuss best practice for presenting your credible evidence to the Court. This session will provide practical advice for addressing the Court, along with the necessary paperwork and dialogue to ensure your landlord’s best interests are best represented. The forum will provide property managers and licensees with information and advice that could prove invaluable to your agency in the event of a small claims hearing. Small Claims Tribunal Advice for presenting your credible evidence