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Residential leases

Residential leases and mixed use properties: current issues

This field of law is amongst one of the most rapidly changing and there have been some significant developments relating to residential tenants' statutory rights that we will cover in this course. Even if you are not a specialist in this field, most property practitioners encounter this area from time to time. Commercial property practioners need to be alert to this, principally when dealing with mixed use developments. The course will consider these developments in context by providing a brief synopsis of the basics. Topics covered include:
  • Collective enfranchisement and extended leases
  • Leasehold houses – enfranchisement and extended leases
  • Tenants pre-emption rights
  • Residential services charges
  • Tenancy deposit scheme – new pitfalls
  • Solar panels and leasehold properties
  • Other recent developments
Suitable for residential property practitioners

3 hours CPD

Course leader: Peter Reekie

To book and to obtain a brochure of all Peter's courses and his fees: www.peterreekie.co.uk or contact him direct on:

Tel: 0207 7487 4662

E-mail: peter@peterreekie.co.uk

Website: www.peterreekie.co.uk

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