The 14 year-long wait for the new Periti Act to be approved in Parliament came to an end on 24th March 2021. This historic milestone for the profession, however, was not the end of the legislative process.
During the past 8 months, the Council and the Ministry worked on the drafting of the first tranche of subsidiary legislation necessary to bring several provisions of the act into force. This process has now been concluded, and the transition from the old to the new Periti Act will begin in the coming weeks.
The new law and regulations will start a long-awaited process of renewal of the profession. Its effects will be far-reaching, and will change the way the profession is structured, the role of the Kamra, the way warrants are conferred, and new obligations on Periti.
From university students to semi-retired periti, from employers to employees, from periti pracitising locally to those working abroad, periti working in the private sector to those in the public service – the innovations in the legislation will affect virtually everyone.
In view of this, the Kamra tal-Periti, in collaboration with the Ministry for Transport, Infrastructure and Capital Projects and SACES, is organising this conference to provide an in-depth review of the changes that will be brought into force with the first tranche of subsidiary legislation.
Minister Ian Borg will also be in attendance to outline the importance of this new law and the profession.
Your participation is highly solicited.
Early registration is strongly recommended to ensure that we can adapt in time to high registration numbers.
In addition to periti and students of the Faculty for the Built Environment, the conference is also open to legal practitioners, insurance providers, brokers, and others who may be interested.
Registration for paid-up members and students is free, while the registration fee for others is €25.
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Participants will be required to present a COVID-vaccine certificate on entry.
Periti and students living abroad are kindly requested to send an email on firstname.lastname@example.org for further information.
Registration now closed.
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