Alan Riley presents a wide range of online property webinars providing lawyers with in-depth current awareness, up-to-date subject-specific practical knowhow, advice on best practice standards, and suggestions for risk management. Webinars are seminars you view (and participate in) from the comfort of your PC. Send an email to Alan Riley, or click on Contact to get in touch.
2020 webinar programme (January to June 2020):
7 January 2020 – Enforcing landlord and tenant covenants (in leases and agreements for lease).
15 January 2020 – Insolvent tenants, CVAs and administration.
20 January 2020 – Property Management 1: Applications for licence to assign.
3 February 2020 – Property transactions involving charities.
10 February 2020 – Developers’ option agreements.
2 March 2020 – Property Management 2: Dealing with sub-lettings.
16 March 2020 – SDLT in 2020.
23 March 2020 – Insurance in property transactions.
6 April 2020 – Property Management 3: Rent deposit deeds.
21 April 2020 – Spring Update 2020 Part 1: Commercial Landlord and Tenant Update.
27 April 2020 – Spring Update 2020 Part 2: Property Law Update.
11 May 2020 – Land Registry practice problems.
18 May 2020 – Standard reporting on title.
2 June 2020 – Property Management 4: Applications for licence to alter and/or change use.
8 June 2020 – Break clauses deconstructed.
22 June 2020 – Property Management 5: Managing informal occupation.
All of the webinars listed above will run for 60 minutes, commencing at 12.30pm, and providing 1.0 hours of property training. (Note - for 2020, Commercial Property Update webinars have been divided into two 60 minute webinars: one on commercial landlord and tenant, and the other on everything other than commercial landlord and tenant). Viewers can view all of these webinars live, or at their leisure via the recording.
In due course, you will be able to view the proposed agenda for these seminars at http://propertypsl.webex.com/. If you would like to join any of these seminars, just get in touch by email, using the contact button at the top of the page. The single user cost per seminar is £75 (plus VAT). If you wish to view as a group, a very reasonable additional charge applies. If you would like to package together a series of webinars, please get in touch.
To see how these webinars work, click on http://www.propertypsl.co.uk/cpd-seminar-faq/
The webinars listed below have all been recorded. Streamed recordings of all past online seminars are available for purchase.
2019 Webinar programme:
15 January 2019 – Drafting Commercial Leases 1: Restrictions on assigning and parting with possession.
21 January 2019 – VAT on property transactions.
4 February 2019 – Drafting Commercial Leases 2: Sub-letting (and other restrictions on alienation).
11 February 2019 – Drafting transfers of part.
4 March 2019 – Drafting Commercial Leases 3: Guarantee clauses.
11 March 2019 – Working out SDLT on leases.
25 March 2019 – Drafting Commercial Leases 4: Rent review clauses (open market).
11 April 2019 – Formalities for land transactions: what makes a contract, and what makes a deed?
15 April 2019 – Commercial Property Update – Spring 2019.
10 May 2019 – Drafting Commercial Leases 5: Service charge clauses.
24 June 2019 – Avoiding Land Registry requisitions.
9 July 2019 - Drafting Commercial Leases 7: Repair and alteration covenants.
24 July 2019 - The Electronic Communications Code in 2019.
9 September 2019 - Highway issues for property lawyers.
16 September 2019 - Peculiarities in property transactions.
7 October 2019 - Undertakings, conflicts, confidentiality and other conduct points for property lawyers.
21 October 2019 - The MEES regulations and their impact on commercial leasing.
28 October 2019 - Commercial Property Update: Autumn 2019.
18 November 2019 - Environmental issues in land sales and leases.
25 November 2019 - The implications of varying a commercial lease.
9 December 2019 - Investigating unregistered title.
16 December 2019 – Enforcing landlord and tenant covenants.
You can still subscribe to a viewing of the recording of these seminars. Send an email to Alan Riley, or use the contact button above to request a subscription and to obtain a password.