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Date: 03/07/2020
Time: 12:00 am
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AVAILABLE AS A RECORDING ONLY, FOR UNLIMITED VIEWING, FROM 3RD JULY 2020

New developments in residential property law and practice arrive at a rapid pace at the moment and practitioners need to constantly keep up with all the important changes. This audio seminar is part of our regular quarterly update series, which are designed to be an engaging and efficient means of keeping abreast of key developments. We include the following topics:

  • The critical role of mutual enforcement clauses: the view from the Supreme Court
  • Covid 19: CPR51Z, changes to tribunal proceedings + the impact on ‘waking watches’ and service charges
  • Common parts, development leases and collective enfranchisement: the Court of Appeal in LM Homes
  • User clauses and short term lettings: more problems for leaseholders
  • Nosy neighbours: the Court of Appeal in Tate Modern
  • RTM and service charges
  • Development and restrictive covenants: the ups & the downs

 

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