Valuer's Certificates for Schedules of Unit Entitlements in Strata Schemes

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Valuer's Certificates for Schedules of Unit Entitlements in Strata Schemes

On 30 November 2016 the new strata schemes legislation came into force in NSW.  One of the many new provisions requires that before a strata plan can be registered it must include a valuer’s certificate.

This presentation will examine the relevant strata schemes legislation and regulations, including the meaning of relevant words, phrases, and terms used; appropriate valuation methods and principles; the form of the certificate; and preparation of the schedule of unit entitlement.   

Also, importantly, the presentation will discuss possible professional liability arising from valuer’s certificates and the schedule of unit entitlements and how such liability may be minimised.

The presentation will be of interest to valuers and solicitors who undertake strata title work, and strata managers and developers.



Alan A Hyam OAM, LFAPI
Barrister, Culwulla Chambers

Alan Hyam is a NSW barrister specialising in the areas of property law, rent reviews, environmental and local government law, building law, mining law, land acquisition and compensation matters. He is also a Registered Valuer, a LEADR accredited mediator and an arbitrator in major property disputes, and has been appointed an expert determinator by the NSW Bar Association. Alan was awarded the Medal of the Order of Australia (OAM) in 1993 for services to local government and the community.



  • This event was recorded in 2017 in Sydney
  • This recording is provided on a USB
  • Viewing this video in its entirety and completing a written summary will entitle the purchaser to claim up to 2 CPD points
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