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Co-ownership Problems for Family Lawyers

23rd November 2021 11.00-12.00 £50 + VAT

CPD: 1 Hour


This webinar will examine commonly encountered problems relevant to giving advice on co-ownership.

It is suitable for all family lawyers.

Key Topics

• Best practice for conveyancers and family lawyers in connection with the provision of advice and receipt of instructions in conveyancing transactions. Using co-ownership questionnaires, Land Registry Form JO and the provision of appropriate advice.

• Severing Joint Tenancies – giving notice, the use of Form SEV,  and the use of restrictions.

• Tenancies in Common – using deeds of trust, advising clients, protecting the PR's of deceased tenants in common and other problems

• An examination of recent case law

How to join the webinar

You will receive a zoom link to access the webinar a few days before the webinar will take place. Follow the instructions on the email at the specified date and time.

Extensive notes will be provided and there will be an opportunity for delegate questions during the webinar.


Attend this webinar for £50 + VAT

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Ian Quayle qualified as a solicitor and worked in private practice for 12 years specialising in property law matters generally including residential conveyancing, development work, commercial leasehold transactions and property joint ventures.

Since 1998 he worked in house and as a consultant for national house builders and national and international property developers advising on all aspects of property, landlords and tenant transactional and management issues.

Ian is frequently asked to deliver training to family lawyers who require specialist training on property related issues. His expertise on Land Registration issues particularly homes rights notices, unilateral and agreed notices, and the use of restrictions is well received. In addition Ian has a wealth of knowledge on issues relating to co-ownership and issues of a more general nature relevant to land and property issues concerning relationship breakdown.

For the last 16 years Ian has provided training to the legal profession throughout England working for some of the most prominent providers of legal training as well as providing training privately to Firms and organisations.