These seminars are designed to introduce key topics that are likely to crop up for property litigators. The talks will provide an overview of the legal and procedural landscape with plenty of time for questions from delegates.
Leasehold service charge disputes are often complex; frequently involving arguments of contractual construction and compliance with layers of statutory regulation. This session will provide delegates with an introduction to three key topics that will help junior property litigators navigate leasehold service charge disputes. The talks will provide an overview of the relevant legal framework, with practical tips on how to deal with the proceedings in the First Tier Tribunal.
In-person attendees will be invited to stay after these events for drinks and canapés and to meet with members of the Landmark Team. So we highly recommend attending in person!
For those who are outside of London, or cannot attend in person, then feel free to join us virtually.
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Contractual machinery and valid demands - Katherine Traynor
Service charge consultation requirements - Peter Sibley
Applications under section 27A of the Landlord and Tenant Act 1985 - Admas Habteslasie
Property Law Nuts & Bolts, Part 3: ‘Leasehold Service Charges – How they Work’ - seminar
Myriam Stacey KC, Admas Habteslasie, Peter Sibley, and Katherine Traynor