Landlord and Tenant Update


An update on topical landlord and tenant issues

Friday 12 June 2015, 9.30am registration (9.45am start) – 1.00pm (followed by lunch) Freeths Nottingham, (with Video Conferencing Equipment to Freeths offices in Leicester, Milton Keynes, Birmingham, Manchester and Sheffield)

Presented by Freeths and Sharpe Pritchard

Seminar overview

This seminar will provide an update on the latest developments in the area of landlord and tenant law including a review of recent and topical cases.  It will also cover right to buy issues, section 20 notices and forfeiture and is aimed at an intermediate level.

Topics to be covered include:

  • An update on landlord and tenant matters including a case law review
  • Forfeiture of commercial leases
  • Right to buy
  • Section 20 Notices

Duration: Half a day (3 CPD points) including lunch

Speaker profiles:

Paul Tomkins is a partner inFreeths’ Real Estate Litigation department, ranked in first place by the Legal 500. He deals with property disputes including possession proceedings, trespass claims, service occupier disputes, easement and covenant disputes, dilapidations claims, commercial lease renewals and commercial landlord and tenant disputes. Paul is a member of the Property Litigation Association and regularly provides advice on Public Sector matters.

Aidan Dickinson is a senior solicitor within the real estate section of the Projects Department at Sharpe Pritchard. Aidan specialises in urban and housing regeneration projects with particular experience in compulsory purchase and site assembly for large developments. Aidan has extensive experience in complex development, overage and clawback agreements as well as social housing disposals and management. Aidan also heads the compulsory purchase team within the firm.

Pauline Salmon, Sharpe Pritchard is a solicitor experienced in residential property transactions.  She acts for a number of public bodies and social housing providers carrying out a wide variety of property matters.  She specialises in lease extensions, both statutory and voluntary, collective enfranchisement and right-to-buys, which include preserved, contractual and right to acquire sales together with advising on all aspects of right to buy legislation and practice. She also deals with discretionary sales schemes, licences for alteration, assignments and surrender of head leases and deeds of variation and surrenders.

How to book

To book a place on this seminar please contact Julie Scheller on 0845 272 5701 or email julie.scheller@freeths.co.uk



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