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How effective are the laws governing succession?

October 17 @ 3:30 pm - 5:30 pm

Free

FREE – BOOKING IS ESSENTIAL – SPACE IS LIMITED

DATE: WEDNESDAY 17TH OCTOBER 2018

TIME: 3.30PM REGISTRATION FOR A 4PM START

VENUE: BRITISH LIBRARY, ST PANCRAS, LONDON NW1 2DB

Non statutory “rights” to succession presented by Sharon Porter-Gayle.

Join Prince Evans Solicitors LLP for a free and interactive seminar discussing and exploring the laws governing succession rights and social housing.

Hosting this event will be Sharon Porter-Gayle, Senior Associate of Prince Evans and Head of Housing Management (Social Housing).

Sharon will present:

Secure Tenancies

• Tenancies started before 1 April 2012

• Tenancies started on or after 1 April 2012

• Discretionary succession

Assured Tenancies

• Statutory rights

• Does discretionary succession exist?

Guest speaker, Mr James Browne, Barrister and Landlord & Tenant specialist of Lamb Chambers Barristers will present:

Mellow fruitfulness or just a muddy quagmire? – a round-up of recent cases and the final Deregulation Act changes

• Recent developments in Housing law

• Avoiding the pitfalls

Following the presentations, the speakers will be joined by para legal Satty Dhanda giving those in attendance an opportunity to take part in a Q & A.

To book a place, please register with Lianna Carnell on 07375 100005 or email her at info@southstylemedia.co.uk

Details

Date:
October 17
Time:
3:30 pm - 5:30 pm
Cost:
Free
Event Category:

Organisers

Prince Evans Solicitors

Venue

British Library St Pancras
51 The Mall
Ealing, England W5 3TA United Kingdom
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Phone:
07950248038