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NZ Property Institute Welcomes Property Section

The setting up of a new “property section” by the New Zealand Law Society was welcomed by the New Zealand Property Institute today

Property Institute CEO, Conor English said, “The legal profession plays an important role servicing the property sector. It is great that they now have a new property section. Along with our own recent establishment, this move marks another step in the transformation of those organisations supporting the professionals in this important sector

“What is beyond doubt is that change will continue.”

The New Zealand Property Institute was formed from the New Zealand Institute of Valuers, the Property and Land Economy Institute of New Zealand (PLEINZ), and the Institute of Plant and Machinery Valuers. It was launched on Monday April 3 in Auckland

The Property Institute’s mission is “to be the pre-eminent organization of property professions in New Zealand”

Last year, 89% of Valuers and 97% of PLEINZ members voted for amalgamating the existing institutes to form the new Institute.

“Like the formation of the New Zealand Property Institute, the formation of the “Property Section” is a very progressive and forward looking initiative, Mr English concluded.

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