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Mixed Use Properties

Mixed use properties: acquisition and development

With recent case law extending the situations where tenants’ pre-emption rights apply, the commercial and legal complexity of this area of law continues to increase. Whether when acting in relation to an investment acquisition of a reversionary interest in a block of flats (or a mixed use development) or in the creation of a letting scheme for this type of property, commercial property practitioners ignore the provisions of the Landlord and Tenant Act 1987 at their peril. Topics covered include:
  • Commercial and legal background
  • Key areas of complexity – and advising clients
  • Circumventing the Act?
  • Procedure
Suitable for commercial and residential property practitioners

3 hours CPD

Course leader: Peter Reekie

Booking

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


Mixed Use – The Problems with Residential Tenants

Topics covered include:
  • Landlord and Tenant Act 1987: recognising when tenants' rights apply, lawful avoidance, consequences of breach
  • Leasehold Reform, Housing and Urban Development Act 1993, leasehold enfranchisement: qualification provisions and procedural overview
  • Leasehold Reform Act 1967: when does this bite?
  • Other legislation including service charges and forfeiture
Suitable for commercial and residential property practitioners

3 hours CPD

Course leaders: Peta Dollar and Sarah Thompson-Copsey

Booking

Please contact either Peta or Sarah for further information or to make a booking.

Peta Dollar, LLB
Non-practising solicitor
Freelance lecturer, trainer and writer
E-mail: peta@petadollar.co.uk
Mobile: 07770 857059

Sarah Thompson-Copsey, BA, LLM
Non-practising solicitor
Freelance lecturer, trainer and writer
E-mail: : stcjb@btinternet.com
Tel: 07765 336512





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