ABOUT THIS COURSE
A due diligence period is the time afforded a purchaser or lessee to enter and upon the site to study, examine and inspect all aspects of the property. This time is also commonly referred to as the “feasibility period”, “study period” or “investigative period”.
There are several due diligence exercises that may be run over the building deal before the Heads of Agreement (HOA) is signed. These can include financial due diligence, IP due diligence, commercial due diligence, IT due diligence, HR due diligence, regulatory due diligence, and environmental due diligence.
In this course, you will gain an understanding of the different types of due diligence, but essentially focuses on ‘’Internal focused due diligence and building review” which covers most of the due diligence types outlined above, but most importantly, commercial and financial due diligence. The regulatory due diligence will be discussed a little later when complying with the Landlord requirements of fit out and occupation. You will find out more about who’s engaged and involved in due diligence and certification when nearing final negotiations and Heads of Agreement.
TOPICS COVERED IN THIS COURSE
- Why Do Clients Conduct Commercial Due Diligence?
- Who Assists in Due Diligence?
- Risks to the Client Organization if Not Practicing Due Diligence
- Scope of Work for Professional Technical Consultants
- Reviewing the HOA - Due Diligence Examples Required of the Consultant Team
- Role of Building Surveyor (Certifier)
- Role of the Quantity Surveyor
- Role of the Mechanical Engineer
- Role of the Technical Services Engineer
- Role of the Interior Designer/Architect
- Role of the Electrical Engineer
Approximately 20 Minutes