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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
Designed by the Property Section, these seminars will discuss the changes to the SRA Code of Conduct and how they will impact you in everyday practice. There will be plenty of opportunities for questions and to network with our speakers, members of our Property Committee and other professionals in the industry.
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.
We are acting for a couple in the sale of their property. The transfer has been signed by both in the same attestation clause. Both of their names have been provided and their signatures have been witnessed. Land Registry has returned the transfer saying it has not been executed correctly as it requires a separate attestation for each client. What is the correct procedure?
In Winterburn v Bennett, the Court of Appeal held that a landowner could prevent easements arising by prescription by placing notices on its land. Peter Reekie discusses
This case illustrates how a landlord’s right to redevelop a property around incumbent tenants ought to be balanced against tenants’ right to quiet enjoyment of their premises. Peter Robinson, partner at Hunters (incorporating May, May & Merrimans), explains what guidance the judgment offers to a landlord when exercising a right to build.
The Law Society’s FAQ this month is on the topic of licences to occupy for residential property
As a Section member, you're entitled to four webinars as part of your membership, available live and on-demand
Join this webinar for an update on the latest developments in commercial property.
Clients may not realise how complicated it can be to buy or inherit a property abroad. Jo Summers looks at the issues involved and the impact of the new EU regulation on succession
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A recent case from high society piqued interest.
A costs claim brought by the musician against developer Wavell Group Limited is limited to 20% of the amount sought.
With the government set to review the process, how would you shake up the system?