Winter Property Seminars
Wilsons are hosting three short property related seminars this Winter and would like to invite you and any of your colleagues who may be interested to attend one or all of them.
These seminars are aimed at property professionals at all levels as we concentrate on specific discrete issues. The talks are short and concise.
There is also the opportunity to network before and after over drinks and canapés.
Please register below and indicate which dates you would like to attend.
18.15 to 18.45
18.45 to 19.30
Drinks and discussion
Tuesday 29 January
When is a Deed required? Can an agent draft them? How can errors be rectified?
Tim Olliff-Lee and Peter Bourke
APR/BPR negotiations – the current state of affairs
Serving notices - case update highlighting errors that the courts have to deal with and thus how you can avoid them
Tuesday 26 February
Housing Employees – are they a tenant or a service occupier and why is this important?
a) Occupation basis – a quick run through of the options
b) A look at the tax consequences of housing employees
c) Forfeiture of leases – a reminder about waiving the right to forfeit and how to avoid the problem
Tuesday 2 April
Getting the right probate valuation – the importance of working as a team
Modification of Restrictive covenants – key points to consider
What does "fair wear and tear" mean?
We will be running 3 further seminars in May and June on other subjects including easements and repairing clauses.
If you have a property related subject you would like us to consider for inclusion at a subsequent seminar please let us know.