This year’s National Property Law Conference, building on your feedback from last year, we’ve produced a programme around the most pressing issues affecting residential and commercial property practitioners. Book by 6 September for our early bird rate!
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.
Peter Farrington, vice president of the Association of British Investigators, explains how private investigators can be a valuable asset for a solicitor dealing with possession proceedings, and gives some tips on building an effective working relationship.
Peter Reekie comments on NRAM v Evans  EWCA Civ 1013.
In Gore v Naheed  EWCA Civ 369, Peter Reekie looks at how additional land may benefit from an easement.
I act for a client who owns two buy-to-let residential properties. Given the growth of conveyancing fraud in recent years, what advice can I give to try and protect my client from becoming a victim of fraud?
As a Section member, you're entitled to four webinars as part of your membership, available live and on-demand
If you are overwhelmed with the almost daily news in the press of the dangers from cyber attacks like the global ransomware attack that hit organisations including the NHS last month and don’t know where to begin when looking to protect your law firm, this jargon – free webinar will help you get to grips with the issues, see how they affect your firm and work out how to get a plan in place to defend your firm from possible attacks in the future.
The ripples are still being felt from the recent cases of Purrunsing, P&P and Dreamvar. How are law firms responding, especially in the current limbo before the P&P and Dreamvar appeals? Maria Shahid investigates