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At the end of the course you will understand the difference between freehold and leasehold property and the conveyancing process with regard to each. You will be able to recognise defects in leases and be aware of the statutory rights given to leaseholders. You will understand individual and collective enfranchisement and the procedures for each.
Venue may change up to 14-days before the course start date. Enquire for dates.
Learning outcomes include obtaining a greater understanding of:
- What is a lease?
- Statutory and Common law issues defining and regulating leases
- The relationship of landlord and tenant
- Acting for the buyer or seller of a leasehold property
- CML requirements for leases
- Landlord and Tenant Act 1987
- Leasehold Reform Housing and Urban Development Act 1993
- Housing Act 1996
- Commonhold and Leasehold Reform Act 2002
- The additional requirements of both selling and buying a flat including searches, enquiries and liaising with freeholder/managing agents
Under the SRA’s new approach to continuing competence, solicitors are expected to use the Statement of Solicitor Competence to identify and address their learning and development needs. The competence statement requires the following competencies:
- A - Ethics, professionalism and judgement
- B - Technical legal practice
- C - Working with other people
- D - Managing themselves and their own work
Who is this course for?
This course will be of benefit to trainees and residential conveyancers.
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