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Course Property Law: An Advanced Course for Local Authority Lawyers


As an experienced local authority property lawyer, it is vital to keep up-to-date with the very latest legal and practical developments affecting local authority property.

This advanced course provides you with a robust overview and update of the property issues affecting the management of local authority property. What are the current procedural issues relating to assets of community value? How should you approach property joint ventures? What management issues do you particularly need to be aware of?

Our experienced property expert, Ian Quayle, will take you through the key issues involved in local authority property and practice, including the latest case law.

Key learning outcomes

  • Understand the latest on assets of community value
  • Know how to deal with various management issues arising from leases and mixed-use schemes
  • Appreciate how recent court rulings affect your property work

What does this course cover?

This advanced course guides you through the specific issues and challenges for experienced local authority property lawyers, including:

  • Assets of community value: legal and procedural issues
  • Property joint ventures: key issues for local authorities
  • Green belt policies: dealing with green belt and planning issues
  • Town and village greens and allotments: dealing with management
  • Management issues for residential leases, commercial leases and mixed-use schemes
  • The latest case law

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3 hours


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