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Building your knowledge - Our real estate training programme

Who should attend

The Eversheds Sutherland Real Estate Dispute Resolution Training Programme is a comprehensive course of training sessions aimed at all members of your team.


The objective is to provide focused training on core issues with a view to enhancing knowledge of these topics and assisting your team to provide a top quality service to your colleagues and clients.

Each session will provide at least one hour of CPD and will be held at our Leeds office over a light breakfast. To book on to a particular session or sessions, please contact Dzintra O’Neill, on 0113 200 4693 or at

29 January 2020

Break Notices: “Time for a break: a guide to dealing with break notices in commercial leases”
This session explores recent case law on break notices and break conditions, provides an in-depth review of the common pitfalls for tenants seeking to exercise a break option, and the strategies available to landlords looking to frustrate the operation of a break option.

19 March 2020

Real Estate Insolvency: “Understanding Insolvency: Distressed Real Estate in a fluid financial market”
We look at topical insolvency processes such as CVAs, Administration and Liquidation and provide a review of the key tactical points that arise.

14 May 2020

Legal privilege and without prejudice: “Keeping Communications Confidential”
This session will cover how legal privilege can be used to keep documents and communications confidential and how and when to use without prejudice. An essential guide to confidentiality and avoiding some of the pitfalls in real estate disputes.

8 July 2020

Landlord and Tenant: “Getting Back to Business: The Landlord and Tenant Act 1954. A look into the world of Landlord and Tenant”
This session focuses upon the Landlord and Tenant Act 1954 (the “Act”) and topics such as the unopposed lease renewal process including the service of 1954 Act notices, heads of terms, the relationship between the Act, short term lettings and interim rent.

17 September 2020

Telecoms: “Picking Up The Signals: an update on the Electronic Communications Code”
Almost three years on from the coming into force of the new Code, we consider the implications of the provisions in practice, trends in the market and provide an update on the case law.

18 November 2020

Case Law Update
This session focuses on the key cases in 2020 and what to expect in 2021.

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Cost: Free

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