Due to popular demand, we are delighted to offer a third installment of 12 one-hour webinars aimed at residential conveyancing support staff. The first session is on 19 August, 10 – 11am, and repeats on a weekly basis until 04 November.
The course provides an in-depth examination of the law and procedure in the conveyancing process and has been specifically developed for secretarial staff, paralegals, conveyancing support staff as well as qualified lawyers wanting to retrain in residential conveyancing.
It is also appropriate for anyone engaged in the residential conveyancing process, who needs or desires an insight into the mechanics and legal principles involved in modern residential conveyancing.
Over a twelve week duration, the course will explore practice, procedure, tips and traps for the unwary. The training is delivered by Ian Quayle, who is an experienced conveyancer with over 15 years of training experience.
Webinar 1, Introduction: 19 August, 10 – 11am
Getting started, taking instructions, money laundering, dealing with residential clients
Webinar 2, Acting for the Seller: 26 August, 10 – 11am
Obtaining and checking the title, dealing with the TA forms and drafting the contract, preparing the contract bundle
Webinar 3, Acting for the Buyer: 02 September, 10 – 11am
Checking the contract bundle, searches, enquiries, client inspection, and acting for lenders
Webinar 4, Exchanging Contracts: 09 September, 10 – 11am
Preparing for exchange, the mechanics of exchange, protecting the contract
Webinar 5, Preparing for Completion – Acting for the seller: 16 September, 10 – 11am
Completing TA13, approving the transfer, preparing completion statements, dealing with notices and restrictions
Webinar 6, Preparing for Completion – Acting for the Buyer: 23 September, 10 – 11am
Drafting the transfer, pre-completion searches, dealing with the lender, preparation of completion statements and advising the client
Webinar 7, Completion and Completion Day Problems: 30 September, 10 – 11am
The Law Society Code for completion by post, dealing with undertakings, practical issues including the transmission of funds, advising clients and what to do if things go wrong – notices to complete, rescission and other steps
Webinar 8, Post Completion: 07 October, 10 – 11am
Acting for the seller – discharging charges, compliance with undertakings
Acting for the buyer – SDLT returns, registration of dispositions
Webinar 9, Land Registration Issues: 14 October, 10 – 11am
Boundaries, notices, restrictions, adverse possession, and problem areas
Webinar 10. Residential Leases (1): 21 October, 10 – 11am
An overview of leasehold transactions
Webinar 11, Residential Leases (2 ): 28 October, 10 – 11am
Leasehold enquiries, service charge issues, key clauses in residential leases
Webinar 12, Avoiding Negligence: 04 November, 10 – 11am
Avoiding negligence in Residential Conveyancing
Extensive notes will be provided for each webinar which delegates can use to create a residential conveyancing manual, and time will be provided for delegate questions.