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Retail property training - video suite

28 August 2012

Our retail law team have created a suite of FREE training videos for all retail professionals with an interest in property and property management issues.

In order to help you, we’ve chosen the subjects which generate the most queries from our retail clients. See below for our full range of property retail training video topics:

Mark Aldrich, retail partner, presents two training videos as an introduction to leasehold:

Types of lease
Who is liable under a lease

Kate Andrews presents on service charges and rights of light:

Introduction to service charges
Challenging the service charge
Rights of light

Kirsty Black, property litigation lawyer, presents three training videos on landlord’s consent:

Alterations
Assignment & subletting
User

Helen Taller, property litigation lawyer, presents on rights of way and rent review:

Rights of way
Rent review

Michelle Leonard and Tim Rayner, property litigation lawyers, present training videos on dilapidations and landlord remedies:

Dilapidations Pre-action Protocol
Challenging a schedule of dilapidations
Dilapidations – the s18 cap
Landlord remedies – forfeiture

We’ve also produced a separate video introducing mediation as an effective form of resolving disputes:

Introduction to mediation

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The content on this page is provided for the purposes of general interest and information. It contains only brief summaries of aspects of the subject matter and does not provide comprehensive statements of the law. It does not constitute legal advice and does not provide a substitute for it.

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