Conveyancing Update 2012 (5 CPD hours) 22 October 2012
This course has become widely regarded as being ‘unmissable’ by the many conveyancers who attend year-in and year-out.
This essential update for all residential property practitioners includes the topics listed below, together with an analysis of the implications for practice. In each case a brief review of the background law is given together with a careful explanation of the change. Practical implications for practice and any appropriate drafting issues are included.
[Please note this content is subject to change from time to time, in order to ensure that the most important recent developments are included.]
Topics to be covered include:
- New regulatory regime – impact on conveyancing
- ABS for property practice?
- SRA – further proposals
- Lenders and conveyancing
- Conveyancing quality scheme update
- Fraud and conveyancing
- Need to check other conveyancer
- Clients and evidence of mental capacity
- Planning enforcement and deceit
- Registration, priority and bankruptcy
- Valuations of buy-to-let properties
- Conveyancing files and privilege
- Buying subject to easement?
- Beneficial interests and conveyancing
- Lenders selling
- Buy to let and the tenancy deposit schemes
- Lease covenants and installation of solar panels
- Adoption of shared private sewers and drains
- Energy performance certificates – changes
- Selected planning changes
Peter Reekie is a Property Training Consultant with Penningtons. He is also Visiting Professor at The College of Law. He is Consultant Materials Editor for the College of Law’s Structured Commercial Property Programme and Consultant Editor of The Conveyancing Handbook.
Fees (ex VAT)
Member Fee £210.00
Non Member Fee £420.00
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