Drafting & Serving Property Notices - Problems & Practical Lessons Learned
Sales contracts, leases, development agreements - many property contracts require, or provide for, the service of notices and applications to exercise rights - to break a lease, bring a contract to an end, exercise an option or apply for consent.
What should these notices say, how should they be served, where and on whom to ensure that rights are not lost?
This live broadcast session explores these problems - drawing practical lessons in light of recent, and often contradictory, case law.
What You Will Learn
This live and interactive session will cover the following:
- Mistakes in form or content - is there a difference, and when will Mannai help and when not?
- Electronic signatures and authority: Neocleous v Rees; TFS Stores v The Designer Retail Outlet Centre
- Service on 3rd parties & email - the Supreme Court in UKI
- Beware the registration gap: Stodday v Pye; Renshaw v Magnet; Sackville v Robertson
- Notices to complete - what exactly is ‘ready, willing and able’ & how & when to serve a rescission notice
- Section 196 or section 23 - which is better and how are they used?
Recording of live sessions: Soon after the Learn Live session has taken place you will be able to go back and access the recording - should you wish to revisit the material discussed.