Conveyancing law update – Bradford on Avon
Every residential property practitioner must keep up-to-date with the at times fast pace of developments in law and practice. This conveyancing update course is specifically designed to meet those needs. The emphasis is on the practical rather than the academic niceties. Please note content is subject to change to ensure that the most important recent developments are covered.
Topics covered may include:
- Rent Charges: Will they make a comeback and are they more dangerous than you thought?
- Solicitors Duty in relation to Search report
- Japanese Knotweed & other invasive species
- Does the buyer’s solicitor have an obligation to verify the identity of a seller?
- Gating a Right of Way
- Neighbour’s claim to part of a garden
- Consumer Protection Regulations and Conveyancers
- UK Finance Mortgage Lenders Handbook Changes
- Service Charges & Leasehold Rent issues
- Lenders changing requirements for newbuild leasehold
- Government response to consultation on Leasehold Market
- The amended Consumer Code for Homebuilders
- Insurance Distribution Directive: impact on newbuild warranties & indemnity insurance
- Impact and validity of Section 106 Restrictions on parking
- Can you always rely on a Professional Consultants Certificate?
- Impact of contract signed by only one of joint buyers
- Passing the benefit of Covenants
- Adverse Possession of a River Mooring
- Does understating the consideration invalidate a Transfer?
- “Mum wants to sell her house and give me the money”; Mental Capacity, duress and undue influence in Conveyancing
- Severing a Joint Tenancy: recent developments
- Update on Easements
- Enfranchisement; recent developments on valuation
- Land Registration issues
- Miscellaneous Practice Points