We are pleased to invite you to our forthcoming Guide to TLATA Claims Webinar. Our speakers will be providing valuable and in-depth updates for all practitioners on the recent developments in both CT and PE claims.
Topics will include:
(a) inferring intention in sole name cases – Dobson v Griffey  EWHC 1117; Pillmore v Miah  EWHC 3696;
(b) updates on the requirement for an act of detrimental reliance – Curran v Collins  EWCA Civ 404 and O’Neill v Holland  EWCA Civ 1583;
(c) quantifying an interest in PE claims – the correct approach: Davies v Davies  EWCA Civ 463 or Guest v Guest  EWCA Civ 387 (and Guest has just been granted permission to appeal to UKSC so a possible update on that).
Who should attend?
This event is aimed at litigators, residential property lawyers, private client etc): property lawyers and family practitioners who deal with TLATA claims.
What you will learn?
Coverage from first principles through to the nuances of cases, and how these are currently being interpreted by the Courts; how cases should be pleaded and evidenced having regard to those principles.
To register for the webinar please click here and fill in the online form. If you have any questions in advance for counsel or any other queries please don’t hesitate to contact Sean Collum on 020 7427 7088 or via email email@example.com