Landlord and Tenant Act 1954
Join CEO Ian Quayle of IQ Legal Training and Barrister John de Waal KC of Gatehouse Chambers on this 60-minute webinar on the Landlord and Tenant Act 1954.
John will explore landlord opposition to tenant claims for renewal tenancies under the 1954 Act including a discussion of ‘intention’ in grounds (f) and (g) and redevelopment break clauses’.
He will discuss redevelopment break clauses in 1954 Act renewals following the recent case of B&M Retail Ltd v HSBC Bank Pension Trust Ltd, including earlier authorities such as National Car Parks Ltd v The Paternoster Consortium Ltd.
This webinar is suitable for commercial property lawyers of all levels and experience. John de Waal KC of Gatehouse Law will present a webinar with Ian Quayle of IQ Legal Training Limited.
Extensive notes will be provided and there will be opportunities for delegate questions.
About John de Waal KC:
John specialises in chancery and commercial work with a particular focus on property law and property-related professional negligence.
John is the editor of the title “Risk and Negligence in Property Transactions” published by the Law Society in October 2018. The 2nd edition was published in 2022.
John was a recent winner of Real Estate, Environment and Planning Silk of the Year at the Legal 500 Awards.
To find out more about John or his practice visit https://gatehouselaw.co.uk/ or click the picture below:
Thanks to our specialist systems, we are able to provide you with recordings and course materials which allow you to refer back to your training at any time should you wish to do so. Alternatively, if you are unable to attend the live webinar these facilities mean that you don’t have to worry about missing out and you can go about your day, reassured by the knowledge that you can carry out your required training at a time convenient to you.
A certificate of completion is also provided for delegates booking this event.
Cost: £40 + VAT per person.
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