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New Standard Module Regulation 2020

You are invited to attend a webinar about the new Standard Module Regulation which will come into effect on 1 March 2021, presented by the Office of the Commissioner for Body Corporate and Community Management. The webinar will outline the key differences between the expiring Standard Module and the new Standard Module.

Topic: New Standard Module Regulation 2020
When: Wednesday 21 October 2020 at 2:00 pm (Brisbane time)
Duration: Maximum of 2 hours

Questions: Opportunity will be provided to ask questions.

NOTE:  This webinar will be delivered over the internet and is not a face to face seminar.  If you cannot participate, a recording of the webinar plus the questions and answers will be uploaded to our website.

To attend, you are required to register in advance for this webinar by clicking on the registration button below. This will send you to the webinar registration page on the Zoom webinar website.

After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about how to join the webinar and participate.


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This webinar is supported by software from Zoom Inc. Zoom Inc., stores the personal information you provided to register for this webinar outside of Australia in servers located in the United States of America.  If you do not wish to register, you can watch a recorded version of this webinar which will be available on this website at a later time. If you decide to register, your personal information will be stored outside of Australia.

The Department of Justice and Attorney-General is collecting personal information from you, including your name and email address.  We collect this information to register you for the Body Corporate and Community Management online webinar. Your information will be shared with Zoom Video Communications Inc. the software platform used to deliver the webinar.  We will only use your information for this purpose. It will otherwise not be used or disclosed unless authorised or required by law. Your personal information will be handled in accordance with the Information Privacy Act 2009.

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