Members of Radcliffe Chambers will be hosting a Seminar on the 30th October looking at recent developments in the area of Property Law.
The evening will be chaired by Robert Pearce QC
Topics for discussion include:
Lender breach of trust claims
Grant Crawford: AIB Group (UK) PLC v Mark Redler & Co. Solicitors UKSC 2013/0052 and the basis for the quantification of the lender’s loss.
Peter Dodge: section 61 Trustee Act 1925 and the circumstances in which the court will grant relief from liability to a lender’s solicitor who has paid away the mortgage monies in breach of trust
Lessons from the recent Morshead Mansions litigation
William Moffett: The Preparation of Service Charge Accounts: where law and accountancy collide.
Edward Hicks: Tenant owned landlord companies: raising funds from members as a viable alternative to service charges
Simon Williams: Practical points on establishing possessory title to land.
Frances Ratcliffe: Best v Chief Land Registrar  EWHC 1370 (Admin)What is the effect of criminalising trespass on a claim to adverse possession of registered land? What is the effect of article 8 ECHR and article 1 of Protocol 1 to the ECHR on a refusal to register title by adverse possession?
This event will take place in Central London at 6pm on Thursday 30th October, and is fully accredited as one and a half hour’s CPD.
The seminar will be followed by an informal drinks reception.
If you would like to attend please register via the Seminar Registration form.