Property Update
30 March 2016

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Our case this month saw the Court of Appeal clarifiy the test for a landlord successfully resisting an application for a new lease on the basis it intends to occupy the premises for the purpose of its own business.

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Seminars: Regulatory update for property practitioners – How will proposed changes to the Code of Conduct, Accounts Rules and CML Handbook affect you (May - October 2016)
These seminars will provide an in-depth analysis of how proposed regulatory changes will affect property practitioners and conveyancers. They will look in detail at PII, accountant’s reports, the separate business rule, holding of client money and anticipated changes to the Code of Conduct and Accounts Rules. Free of charge to Property Section members – book your place now!

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Booking now open for the National Property Law Conference 2016!
We are please to announce the National Property Law Conference will take place on Friday 7 October. For the first time ever, the conference will be running three interactive workshop sessions encouraging delegates to share tips and hear success stories from peers. Book your place today!

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More news

Changes to SDLT: warnings to clients
FAQ: Assignment of a lease
Land Registry: new online ‘Application Enquiry’ search
Extended CHAPS operating hours from 20 June
Nominations open for Excellence Awards 2016

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