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Mortgages

Mortgages – perennial problems and current issues

Mortgages, charges and debentures are commonly encountered by transactional property practitioners as methods of securing loans against land. It is clearly important to ensure that adequate protection and priority are secured, and that the many hidden pitfalls are avoided. This course considers practical and commercial solutions in the context of this legally complex area of practice. It does not deal with litigation aspects. Topics covered include:
  • Background – commercial and legal
  • Registration of charges over land and priorities
  • Undertakings to discharge mortgages
  • Rights of the parties
  • Corporate security
Suitable for commercial and 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

Mortgage repossession masterclass

This course is for those who already have experience of repossession claims. It deals with some of the tricky issues that can arise.
  • How extensive is the court's discretion when the borrower wants time to sell the house? Do contracts need to be exchanged? To what extent can lenders rely on the Steele case?

  • "Virgin One" type accounts - are these just great big overdrafts to which Habib Bank v Tailor applies? Or does s8 apply so that the court does have a discretion to adjourn / suspend etc. and if so on what terms?

  • When will a tenancy bind a lender? Does the lender need to be afraid of tenancies? Where the tenancy is binding should the lender go for possession or appoint a receiver?

  • Suspending the warrant after execution - is this ever possible? What exactly is oppression?
Course leader: Gary Webber
Level: Intermediate and advanced
CPD: 3 hours

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