Join Emily Betts, Katrina Mather and Clare Anslow in the first online seminar of our “J2J: Laying the Foundations” series, as they navigate the tricky world of claims under the Landlord & Tenant Act 1954. This seminar will take place at 10:00AM on Tuesday, 22 September.
This seminar offers a guide to the termination and renewal of business tenancies under the 1954 Act. The speakers will discuss:
- Whether the act applies to the relevant tenancy;
- The basic rules for continuation;
- How to terminate; and
- Applications to the court.
Future 1954 Act seminars will move on to considering grounds of opposition and terms of a new tenancy – so watch this space.
If you would like to join in, please indicate this by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org. We will then send you the Zoom link.
This free online seminar is part of Hardwicke’s J2J Laying the Foundations series which is aimed at junior property practitioners wishing to build up their knowledge of some of the issues that come up regularly in practice or more senior practitioners looking for a refresher.
In addition to the 1954 Act session, the series also covers:
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|09/03/2021||Insolvency for property lawyers: beware the elephant traps|
|13/04/2021||How to manage TOLATA claims|
|11/05/2021||Probate and private client for property lawyers: an essential guide|
If you would like to attend any/all of the these events, please contact Events.