Rating: Law and Practice 2018 - Applying Case Law to Practice
Best rating practice cannot be achieved without understanding case law. This event is far more than a case law review. A panel of leading Lawyers and Practitioners will review the important, topical cases and explore the nuances of what is best and effective practice in the light of these decisions.
|14 November 2018||Bryan Cave Leighton Paisner LLP, London|
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Rating: Law and Practice is now an established and successful annual feature within the
rating calendar. It goes to the very soul
of what rating is about, which is how the impact of case law in rating work is profound and
dictates how you practice. It is always
valuable to hear about the cases, but the real value is in understanding the
impact and significance of those cases on the way you work. This event provides commentary from the Lawyers, the VOA and those from Private Practice on the key areas of rating and
on the major cases impacting on it.
The formula is a simple one. We take a landmark case or an area of practice that is topical and/or contentious. The cases are then summarised by the panel, which then turns into a debate between the Practitioner, the VOA and the Lawyer to extract the nuances out of the subject.
This event is so much more than a case law review. It goes to the very heart of whether, based on existing case law, you have an assessment you can appeal.
This event has identified 8 core areas of rating practice. Leading Lawyers and Rating Advisors, along with senior VOA contributors will review key cases that create precedent, under the auspices of Upper Tribunal Member Mr Paul Francis. They will then explore the extent and limits of how they impact on rating practice. The audience will be encouraged to join in on the unfolding debates.
- Paul Francis FRICS, Surveyor Member of the Upper Tribunal (Lands Chamber)
- Stanley Booton MA MRICS, Director, Jones Lang LaSalle
- Duncan McLaren, Technical Advisor, Valuation Office Agency
- Roger Cohen, Partner, Bryan Cave Leighton Paisner LLP
- Luke Wilcox, Barrister, Landmark Chambers
- Colin Brook, Head of Plant & Machinery, Valuation Office Agency
- Blake Penfold BSc FRICS MCIArb, Business Rates Consultant, Blake Penfold Consultancy
- Hui Ling McCarthy QC, Barrister, 11 New Square Chambers
- Richard Glover QC, Barrister, Francis Taylor Building
- Rebecca Campbell, Senior Associate, Real Estate Disputes, Bryan Cave Leighton Paisner LLP
- Debbie Warwick, Partner and Head of Rating, Daniel Watney LLP
- Jenny Wigley, Barrister, Landmark Chambers
- Josh Myerson, Honorary Secretary, The Rating Surveyors' Association and Partner, Rating, Montagu Evans LLP
- Wayne Cox MRICS Dip.Rating, Head of Licensed and Leisure, Valuation Office Agency
- General rules on rateability
- Application of the Plant and Machinery Order
- Specific exclusions within the P&M Order
- Is the key distinction between plant used as part of tenant’s modus operandi rather than narrow meaning of process?
- Importance of Standard Directions
- What to do if these are not complied with?
- When is an appeal struck out?
- Routes to reinstatement
- How the Upper Tribunal is reshaping procedure in its own jurisdiction and in the VTE