15th November 2018

Junior and associate surveyors get the legal lowdown

Following the success of previous ‘Know-how and networking’ events for junior surveyors, Thrings is pleased to present the fourth in the series – this time covering tips to resolve property disputes, how to navigate your way through the Land Registry system and more.

Following the success of previous ‘Know-how and networking’ events for junior surveyors, Thrings is pleased to present the fourth in the series – this time covering tips to resolve property disputes, how to navigate your way through the Land Registry system and more.

Leading the seminar in Bristol today are experts from Thrings’ Commercial Property and Property Litigation teams who will be breaking down the following areas of law:

  • Matthew Smith: Tricks, tips and tactics in resolving property disputes
  • Kai von Pahlen: Court, Adjudication and Arbitration process and procedures in Construction Disputes
  • Rosalyn Trotman: Introduction to the Planning system
  • Alexia Aradipiotis: Land Registry Official Copies: navigating the way through title registers

More than 60 junior surveyors from across the South West have already registered to attend the seminar, including from Carter Jonas, Cushman & Wakefield, GVA, JLL, Lambert Smith Hampton and Savills.

The seminars mark a continuation of Thrings’ close working relationship with members of the South West surveyor community.

Matthew Smith, associate solicitor at Thrings, said: “We’ve found there’s a real appetite among surveyors in their first five years of work for topical and digestible legal updates, so our ‘Know-how and networking’ sessions have proven a real success. We try to offer bite-sized overviews of specific legal issues and areas, covering all aspects of property law in a relaxed and informal environment and with an opportunity to mix with other likeminded and business-focused property professionals.”

To register your interest in future seminars, please contact Chantelle Johnston or call 0117 374 9636.


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