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Webinar Commercial Property: News Alert 2017 Webinar (On-Demand)

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With increasing time pressures it often becomes hard to set aside the time to keep up with the law.

This webinar will seek to fill the gap. It will not only bring to your attention the key points arising from recent judgments and practice changes but will highlight how they may affect the commercial property work that you do.

With increasing time pressures it often becomes hard to set aside the time to keep up with the law.

This webinar will seek to fill the gap. It will not only bring to your attention the key points arising from recent judgments and practice changes but will highlight how they may affect the commercial property work that you do.

The webinar will cover the most up to date issues in Commercial Property Law and is an absolute must for any property practitioner undertaking this type of work. At the time of going to press it is envisaged that the following will be included:

  • When is time of the essence for a contract to sell land – Hakimzay v Swailes
  • Is a chalet a chattel? Spielplatz v Pearson
  • The duty of a conveyancing solicitor advising on a corporate transaction – Fryatt v Preston Mellor Harrison
  • Damages or an injunction for rights of light? The decision in Scott v Aimiuwu
  • Be careful what you sign – Royal Mail v Maples Teesdale

The Webinar is aimed at the more experienced lawyer and assumes a basic knowledge of property law but it will be useful for all who practise in this area.

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Advanced
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1 hours
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