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Following a successful launch of these workshops in 2016, the Law Society’s Property Section are hosting four further workshops around the country with a focus on cyber security and crime, scamming, fraud in property transactions, and the techniques and technology you can engage to successfully manage and obviate risk to you, your clients and your business.
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.
Eason and another v Wong  EWHC 209 (Ch) – under certain circumstances a lien is applicable to a buyer’s deposits, making them a secured creditor, when a seller liquidates.
Peter Rodd has been leading our series of fraud and cybersecurity seminars taking place until the end of June. Here, he shares a real-life example of mortgage fraud and the warning signs that the conveyancer failed to spot.
Peter Reekie looks at the recent case of Vivienne Westwood Ltd v Conduit Street Development Ltd  EWHC 350 (Ch).
The Court of Appeal reviewed if there was a breach of contract in, Savills (UK) v Blacker and another  EWCA Civ 68.
As a Section member, you're entitled to four webinars as part of your membership, available live and on-demand
This webinar will provide you with best practice for advising clients and their lenders, at the time of purchase and remortgage, on whether to consider a lease extension.
The Property Section will be running a series of seminars on fraud and cybercrime this spring. Peter Rodd looks at the challenges facing conveyancers, and the steps you need to take to protect yourself now and in the future
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