Don’t miss out on the Conveyancing Conference of the year, chaired by the inimitable Professor Robert Rennie.
Including presentations from the Scottish Law Commissioner Dr Andrew Steven on the heritable securities project, Professor Roddy Paisley who will consider servitudes and registration of title and Donald Reid on professional negligence, a panel of expert speakers will also tackle tax planning, Land Registration applications, the work of the Coal Authority, reduction of dispositions and planning reform.
Book now to reserve your place!
Reasons to join us
Learn the key considerations to ensure your land registration application avoids rejection
Consider the tax planning implications when selling residential property
Keep up-to-date with the latest reform affecting Scottish conveyancers
Hear from a panel of expert speakers
Network with your peers at Scotland’s premier legal CPD event
What's being covered?
Scottish Law Commission project on heritable securities Dr Andrew Steven, The Scottish Law Commission
Servitudes and registration of title Professor Roddy Paisley, The University of Aberdeen
Rectification Kaira Falconer, Registers of Scotland
How do you ensure that your application for registration avoids rejection? Valerie Clough
Planning reform and other developments – what do they mean for you? Karen Hamilton, Brodies
The Coal Authority – keeping the public safe and protecting the environment Clare Tasker, The Coal Authority
Professional negligence in conveyancing: learning from the mistakes of others Donald Reid, Mitchells Roberton
Dispositions and reduction Dr John MacLeod, The University of Edinburgh
Tax planning on the sale of residential property Professor Alex McDougall
Conveyancing at Scots Law 2019 is sponsored by The Coal Authority