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Forfeiture of Leases Webinar
Monday 9th July 12-1pm
£25 Single Licence or £50 Company Licence
By Jamal Demachkie of Hardwicke Chambers
Synopsis – Forfeiture is the landlord’s ultimate tool to ensure compliance of the tenant’s obligations under the lease; however, it is a tool frequently misunderstood and misapplied. This webinar will look at some of the pitfalls for the unwary landlord, including how it is possible to waive the right to forfeit and what a landlord can do in such circumstances. The webinar will also consider the tenant’s right to relief from the draconian effects of forfeiture, and will examine recent case law in this area.
• Update on Case Law
• Waiver of the right to forfeit
• Continuing and once and for all breaches
• Relief from forfeiture
• Cost recovery
About our presenter
Jamal is a very experienced commercial barrister who specialises in property related work. “A rising star of the Property Bar”, his practice focuses on land and real property as well as both residential and commercial landlord and tenant work. He also handles a variety of other claims with a property related element, ranging from arguments between beneficiaries to joint ventures/partnership disputes where the main assets are property or property related. In addition, Jamal’s expertise covers professional negligence claims in relation to property associated disputes.
Other ways to register
Call us on 01379 740619
Single Licence (designed for sole practitioners or individual lawyers in larger firms)
Company Licence (designed for the whole team to listen to and obtain CPD)
About our webinars
All our webinars are broadcast live and are recorded for future listening. Our webinars use a power point viewer and audio. No cameras are used. After each webinar, a link is emailed to attendees to download the webinar to you computer and replay as you wish with no time restrictions. Each live webinar is interactive and attendees are able to type questions during the presentation. Presentation materials are emailed to attendees before the start of each live webinar.