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Corporate real estate - ABC webinars series one

Download and listen to our series 1 of ABC webinars, to sign up to our new webinars please click here.

We have developed this ABC training, which consists of short (30 mins) webinars that are aimed at three different levels.

A. Introductory level – aimed at those with little or no property experience;

B. Intermediate - for those who know the basics of property law but want a little more on certain key areas; and

C. Advanced - for those who know about property law but are interested in looking at the law in a little more detail in certain areas.

A- Introductory B - Intermediate C - Advanced

Our list of webinars

A. Introductory of property law

This is aimed at those who have no experience of English and Welsh property law or those who want a reminder of the basics of property law.

How to review an official copy

How to review an official copy

This webinar will explain what an official copy is and will take you step by step through the information that is contained in one. It will also briefly summarise what is not revealed by an official copy and why these matters can be important.

20th September 2016

An introduction to leases

An introduction to leases

An explanation of what a lease is and what will be contained in it. This session will also provide a basic overview of tenant liability and the distinction between old and new tenancies.

4th October 2016

CPSEs and searches

CPSEs and searches

In this session we will explain what the Commercial Property Standard Enquiries are and why it is important to complete them properly. We will also look at why searches are usually required on most property transactions and what they will tell you.

11th October 2016

Leases and licences and why the distinction matters

Leases and licences and why the distinction matters

An explanation of the difference between a lease and a licence and why this distinction can matter. This webinar will also provide a quick overview of the Landlord and Tenant Act 1954.

18th October 2016

B.  Intermediate sessions

These webinars are aimed at those who know the basics on property but would like to know a little more on specific areas.

Basics of Security of tenure and the Landlord and Tenant Act 1954

Basics of Security of tenure and the Landlord and Tenant Act 1954

This webinar will explain about the significance of security of tenure, the basics of contracting out and how to renew a lease where it has 1954 Act protection.

13th September 2016

Top 10 Mistakes to watch out for on licences

Top 10 Mistakes to watch out for on licences

This webinar will outline some key traps when dealing with management licences such as licences to assign, underlet or assign.

20th September 2016

Key points when taking a lease

Key points when taking a lease

This webinar will provide a high level overview of the issues in a lease when acting for an occupier.

27th September 2016

Early termination rights – making sure you can benefit from your “break”

Early termination rights – making sure you can benefit from your “break”

This webinar will explain about some of the difficulties with break rights and what a tenant can and should be doing to make sure that it can terminate its lease early.

4th October 2016

What to think about when making an application for consent

What to think about when making an application for consent

Occupiers often need to apply for consent for alterations, to assign etc. This webinar will look at what steps the occupier should take in order to speed up this process and to make sure that consent is promptly given.

11th October 2016

Scots law specifics

Scots law specifics

Since a number of clients will have properties in Scotland it is important to recognise that Scotland has its own property law and taxation of property. This webinar will explain what those key differences are and important points to note when dealing with Scottish property

18th October 2016

C. Advanced sessions

These webinars are aimed at those with an interest in knowing more about the law on key property areas.

 

The open market rent review – what is it and why are those assumptions and disregards included?

The open market rent review – what is it and why are those assumptions and disregards included?

This webinar will explain how the open market rent review provisions work and why there are certain assumptions and disregards included.

14th September 2016

All you need to know about the Landlord and Tenant (Covenants) Act 1995

All you need to know about the Landlord and Tenant (Covenants) Act 1995

In this advanced session we will explain more about the Landlord and Tenant (Covenants) Act 1995 and some of the issues it can cause for a tenant.

21st September 2016

Key points to consider with an agreement for lease with landlord’s works

Key points to consider with an agreement for lease with landlord’s works

In this webinar we will look at some of the key provisions in an agreement for lease where the landlord is carrying out works and what the tenant needs to be concerned about.

6th October 2016

The top five points you need to remember on SDLT

The top five points you need to remember on SDLT

This webinar will explain five key issues that we see with SDLT so that you know when you need to come and take tax advice.

19th October 2016

Minimum Energy Efficiency Standards – avoiding the cost of compliance

Minimum Energy Efficiency Standards – avoiding the cost of compliance

This webinar will consider how the Minimum Energy Efficiency Standards will affect occupiers of property and how to avoid a landlord passing on any costs for compliance with these standards.

20th October 2016

Typical landlord/tenant disputes and how to avoid them

Typical landlord/tenant disputes and how to avoid them

This webinar will take a look at some of the common disputes that can arise between a landlord and a tenant and will consider how you might avoid them but also what steps to take where there is such as dispute.

25th October 2016

Lease accounting rules and how they may affect you

Lease accounting rules and how they may affect you

This webinar will provide a quick reminder of the changes in accounting rules and how they might affect corporate occupiers.

27th October 2016

Risks to your estate

Risks to your estate

This webinar will look at how you can protect your property estate where you are the landlord or owner. It will focus, for example, on Town & Village Green claims, reduction of risk of third parties obtaining rights over land and prevention of occupiers claiming they have a protected business tenancy.

27th October 2016