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Join expert speakers and facilitators for a detailed examination and practical support covering the current hot topics for property practitioners. For the first time ever, the conference will be running three interactive workshop sessions encouraging delegates to share best practice, pick up tips from experts and hear success stories from peers
Our Spotlights and Commentary are concise, expert-authored updates giving you the information and guidance you need to address the practical impact of recent case law, legislation and practice developments.
In Ely v Robson  EWCA Civ 774, the court found that an oral agreement between cohabitees could be relied upon.
The Upper Tribunal (Lands Chamber) has now clarified that superior landlords of residential premises must consult with both their tenants and subtenants prior to carrying out qualifying works or entering into long-term agreements. Kary Withers, partner in Clarke Willmott’s Property Litigation team, explains the significance of the decision for landlords and tenants.
Some quarters of the legal press have been panicked about the recent outcome of a High Court judgment relating to a proposed joint venture property agreement which revisted the rules around a Pallant v Morgan trust. Mark Hughes explains why there is actually nothing to worry about…
The Law Society Library lists resources on collective enfranchisement
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This webinar will provide a practical understanding of issues around environmental law as it relates to residential and commercial property transactions.
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The merits of reviewing a licence to alter office premises have been brought into focus by a recent case.
Nationally recognised commercial property expert Tim Rowe has died.
Case against solicitor and legal executive ’should not have been brought’, High Court judge rules.