Retirement Villages Dispute Panel chosenPosted to Financial Capability Retirement Section on 10-02-2016
The Retirement Commissioner, Diane Maxwell, has appointed seven people to oversee formal disputes between retirement village residents, managers and operators.
They have been approved to sit on disputes panels, when required, for the next three years.
The list has a balance of four women and three men, who have experience in managing people and a diverse range of interests, including:
David Carden – health practitioners’ disciplinary tribunal; construction issues adjudicator.
Nigel Dunlop – mental health review tribunal; pastoral care of students and family; real estate complaints.
Claudia Elliott – counsel for elderly people around personal and property rights.
John Green – mediator and adjudicator of weather-tight homes and building issues.
Jenny Leith – adjudicator of tenancy disputes, trust and relationship property and estates.
Susan Robson – employment and public law specialist; social security appeals.
Robyn Wilson – member of health and accounting professional conduct committees; community law and consumer disputes specialist.
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