The day is intended to benefit letting agents and all others who need to understand the key issues in lease negotiation, and the essential content of a commercial lease, together with its effects.
London (7 September).
The introduction of the RICS practice statement 'Surveyors Advising In Respect Of Compulsory Purchase and Compensation', and repeated judicial criticism of expert witnesses appearing before the Upper Tribunal and courts, creates an imperative for all practitioners, to carefully consider how they might avoid, or resolve disputes, without resort to litigation, whenever possible. This is a must attend event.
London (12 September).
This commercial workshop is a great and enjoyable way to learn by sharing knowledge and hearing about others’ perspectives. Three of our most popular speakers will introduce the two workshop scenarios and supplement the discussions with short, focused presentations. This is a course where our speakers come away having learned some new tricks too, and it is a format which delegates have enthused about.
London (22 September).
Surveying firms can, and should, do a lot more to manage the risks when undertaking valuation work, so to minimise real, potential and unjust PII claims. This event looks at practical solutions to do so.
London (28 September).
The course will give an overview of the two procedures, and look at recurrent issues such as whether the hypothetical lease should include a break option, what should be the assumed length of term, and whether a ‘headline rent’ is effectively excluded. The course will survey the range of procedures, with particular reference to the increasingly well-used PACT scheme.
London (18 October).
The Practicalities of the Property Administrators Role.
Commercial leases are the foundation and essence of property management. Anyone who works in this area needs to be familiar with what they say, what they mean, and how to work them. In this course we explain the key commercial terms of a commercial lease, and focus on the problems the delegates themselves have encountered. Ideal for administrators who have not been trained in the nuances of property - administrators, PA's, secretaries, accounts personnel, facilities managers, newly qualified and APC candidates.
London (1 November).