Webinar Recording: Flooding, cyclones and other significant events: Valuer operations

  • CPD Points: 1.00
  • Access Restrictions: The recording of this webinar is only available through the Property Institute site to people who have purchased access using the Register button on this page.
  • Duration: 60:00
$0.00 Members
$126.50 Non Members

About the Event

Valuer operations and professional activity can prove very challenging in the aftermath of significant natural events such as flooding, bushfires and / or cyclonic activity. The position is often complex due to the need for businesses and organisations need to comply with their obligations under Health and Safety legislation and directions from Civil Defence Emergency Management.

This webinar runs through the key principles applying in such situations, including that based on the latest advice from Toitū Te Whenua (Land Information New Zealand (LINZ) and the Ministry of Business, Innovation and Employment (MBIE). Coverage will include clarification of regulations and restrictions to registered valuer operations, including access and restrictions to properties, the meaning of assessment (colour) placarding, and who to contact in order to ensure compliance with activity conditions and limitations.

Matt Snelgrove, NZIV Acting President and Boyd Gross, Registered Rural Valuer will be joining our panel of experts.

CPD Point

Members please note, you will be required to complete a participation & CPD verification question before your CPD points will be automatically allocated to your CPD diary.

No responsibility or liability is accepted by the New Zealand Institute of Valuers (NZIV) or the Property Institute of New Zealand (PINZ) for the accuracy of any statement, opinion or advice contained in this publication. The views and opinions expressed in this publication are those of the individual authors rather than NZIV or PINZ. While all reasonable care has been taken in presenting the material, it is intended to provide general information only. It does not constitute legal or financial advice and should not be relied on as such. Readers should rely upon their own enquiries or research before making any decisions or taking any action based upon information presented. Specialist advice should be sought on particular matters.