Hudson v Hathway  – Key Issues and Lessons to be Learned for Transactional Property Lawyers
Join Ian Quayle, CEO of IQ Legal Training Limited and Barrister James Ballance of Maitland Chambers on this 60-minute webinar on Hudson v Hathway  EWCA Civ 1648 on s.53 of the Law of Property Act 1925.
This webinar will explore a number of important issues arising from this recent Court of Appeal decision.
It is suitable for conveyancers of all levels and experience and will cover –
- A reminder of the basics and the need to comply with statutory formalities when dealing with property rights in land.
- Whether e mails are capable of amounting to a written and/or signed disposition for the purposes of Section 53 of the Law of Property Act 1925 in the context of residential and commercial property transactions.
- An examination of recent case law to determine whether or when a printed name on an email could be a signature intended to authenticate a document.
- A review of the law of ‘common intention’ constructive trusts, the issue of detrimental reliance, and whether detrimental reliance is required for the creation or variation of shares under such a trust.
About James Ballance:
James is a Barrister at Maitland Chambers. Since being called to the Bar in 2009, he has developed a busy advocacy and advisory Commercial Chancery practice. His work has a particular focus on property litigation, including traditional real estate litigation; landlord & tenant claims; rights to light; telecoms claims; and professional negligence litigation relating to property work. James has a particular interest in the intersection of property law with other fields, such as insolvency.
To find out more about James or his practice visit https://www.maitlandchambers.com/ or click the picture below:
Extensive notes will be provided and time will be allocated for delegate questions.
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