Commercial Leases - dealing with unrepresented tenants

Commercial Leases  -  dealing with Unrepresented Tenants

15th September 2021

11am - 12pm

The webinar will be delivered by Ian Quayle of IQ Legal Training Limited who has delivered over 1500 webinars and training courses to the legal profession. His style is relaxed , engaging and  informative.

Given the current state of the commercial property market it is not unusual to be faced with a commercial lease transaction when a tenant is unrepresented.  This webinar is suitable for anyone dealing with commercial leases and will consider –

  • Using Heads of Terms and or the Code of Practice
  • Tenant friendly leases
  • Ensuring unrepresented tenants are given access to sources of advice
  • Problem areas – excluding the Landlord and Tenant 1954, schedules of condition, Land Registration issues (registration and noting of leases)  

Extensive notes will be provided and there will be an opportunity for delegate questions.

This Webinar is Sponsored by:

Date: 15/09/2021 (11:00 - 12:00)

Status: ACTIVE | 5 or more places remaining

Members: from £15.00 | Non-Members: from £30.00


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