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 landlord and tenant work that you do.
The webinar will cover the most up to date issues in Landlord and Tenant Law and (at the time of going to press) it is envisaged that the following will be included:
- Essential drafting guidance to deal with Minimum Energy Efficiency standards
- When a tenant is entitled to relief from forfeiture – the Court of Appeal decision in Magnic v Ul-Hassan as well as the decision in Freifeld v West Kensington Court Ltd
- The Supreme Court decision in Arnold v Britton – interpreting escalating service charge clauses
- Repairs and improvement works – are the landlord’s costs recoverable? The decision in Waaler v London Borough of Hounslow
However the topics covered may change to ensure that the Webinar brings you the most up to date cases and developments in Landlord and Tenant Law.
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.
- 1 hours
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