Seller Disclose or Buyer Beware

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Course Overview

Conveyancers, including those registered with the Law Society’s Conveyancing Quality Scheme, are familiar with the Protocol. However, the Protocol itself says that its use is considered preferred practice, and that the best interests of the client take precedence over its provisions.

This course will provide viewers with an outline of the legal and practical implications which will affect them as a result of the various aspects of the Protocol that are not set out therein.

In addition, an understanding of the Standard Conditions of Sale is also important for conveyancers, so experienced lecturer Stephen Desmond will examine some of the more important Conditions during this course and will consider when amendments are justified.

What are the requirements?

Learning Outcomes

  • On completion of this course you will:

    • Have a greater understanding of the topics detailed below:
      • The Protocol
        • Occupiers and overriding interests, Third party interests, Shared or joint ownership
        • Redeeming a mortgage, Source of funds, Documentation
        • Dealing with Land Registry, Leasehold conveyancing
        • Providing evidence of the seller’s title, New builds, Undertakings
        • Code for Completion by Post and recent case law
      • Standard Conditions of Sale
        • Exchange and variations to contract
        • The deposit, Cut-off time
        • Leasehold assignments, Incumbrances
        • Risk and vacant possession
        • Notices to complete: valid notice and rescission
        • Interest on late completion and the deposit
    • Feel more confident when advising clients regarding Protocol and Standard Conditions of Sale

What is the target audience?

  • Conveyancing practitioners

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Course Curriculum

recorded webinars

  • Webinar
    01:09:50

Documentation

  • Notes
    22 Page
  • Slides
    15 Page
  • Evaluation
    1 Page

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