A to Z of Leasehold Conveyancing
This course covers a wide spectrum of leasehold conveyancing, from the basic principles of (long) leasehold to buying a shared ownership residential flat.
It is ideal for those who are new or relatively new to residential leasehold conveyancing through to experienced residential conveyancers who are looking for a refresher and an update in one.
Not just about sales and purchases, it will cover problem areas such as service charges, administration charges, consents, reversionary interests and rights of first refusal, and much, much more.
What You Will Learn
This course will cover the following:
- Basic principles, enforcement and forfeiture
- Enfranchisement - a brief guide through this complex area
- Collective enfranchisement
- Lease extensions - flats - technical requirements, service of the notices, etc
- Leasehold 'houses' - what qualifies as a house
- The price - deferment rate, term, reversion, marriage value
- The right to manage
- Service charges - the landlord's new obligations and the tenant's new 'powers'
- The problems on sales of leasehold property - special conditions
- Purchase and mortgage of leaseholds and complying with the UK Finance Mortgage Lenders' Handbook
- The differences in practice - managing your client's expectations
- New build and converted flats - the basic design/legal structure - different designs create different problems
- Notices, consents, etc
- The rules for SDLT on shared ownership properties
- The future of leaseholds
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