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dilapidations - a practical guide: training video suite

26 January 2018

This training suite is a useful toolkit for all property professionals involved with dilapidations whether landlord or tenant. This series covers the basis legal principles underpinning dilapidations claims and aims to cut through some of the jargon which often only serves to confuse and complicate. Tim Rayner Partner at Browne Jacobson has been involved with the two biggest dilapidations court cases of recent years (High Court and Court of Appeal). This series therefore aims to draw on that almost unique experience to provide guidance with practical application. A better understanding of the principles behind dilapidations disputes should help to focus parties and assist in resolving disputes earlier and without the need for potentially costly legal proceedings.

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