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Synopsis:

As the residential property market slows and returns on commercial property are threatened by the decline of the High Street, the risk that property owners will look to the professionals who advised them to recoup their losses returns. This talk coincides with the publication by the Law Society of the textbook “Risk and Negligence in Property Transactions” edited by John de Waal QC to which all the speakers have contributed chapters. They will be speaking about some of the most common problems which give rise to claims, and how to avoid them.

Speakers:

Andy Creer – defence to mortgage transactions:

·         Non est factum: Lloyds Bank v Waterhouse

·         Undue influence:  RBS v Etridge

·         Padden v Bevan Ashford

Lina Mattsson – exchange of contracts

·         The need for authority: Farrer v Copley Singletons

·         Advice prior to exchange: Walker v Boyle

·         Complying with formalities: Firstpost Homes v Johnson

·         The period between and exchange and completion

John de Waal QC – conditional contracts, options and overage

·         Conditional contracts; satisfactory planning permission – Hargreaves v Lynch

·         Pre-emption agreements: Haider v Law

·         Options: Kitney v MEPC

·         Overage: Sparks v Biden; Akasuc v Farmar

Jamal Demachkie – residential leasehold properties

·         Expert evidence: Shaw v Leigh Day

·         Advising on the transaction: Haigh v Wright Hassall

·         User covenants, the Head Lease and Rent Reviews

·         Forfeiture: Shaw v Fraser Southwell

·         Enfranchisement: Wiggins v Regent Wealth


About our webinars


All our webinars are broadcast live and are recorded for future listening. Our webinars use a power point viewer and audio. No cameras are used. After each webinar, a link is emailed to attendees to download the webinar to you computer and replay as you wish with no time restrictions. Each live webinar is interactive and attendees are able to type questions during the presentation. Presentation materials are emailed to attendees before the start of each live webinar.


CPD

1.5 hours

BROADCAST LIVE

& AVAILABLE ON DEMAND

Watching this webinar will help solicitors meet the following requirements set out in the Statement of Solicitor Competence


A2 - Maintain competence and legal knowledge

A4 - Draw on detailed

       knowledge/understanding

Risk & Negligence in Property Transactions - Webinar

15th January, 1pm - 2.30pm, Live & On Demand