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Pitfalls of Joint Ownership & Sharing Property for Property & Private Clien...
Thu 8 December 2016, 14:00 – 17:15 GMT
This course is designed for private client and property lawyers and will cover:
• Why is it important to understand the nature of any contribution?
• Things to consider when drafting declarations of trusts
• What if there is no declaration of trust?
• Arguing proprietary estoppel
• Review of disputed ownership case law
• What is the local authority’s approach to contribution cases?
• Asset Protection will trusts and pitfalls with long term care
• What happens when a joint owner wants to move?
• Challenging the local authority.
Speaker: Caroline Bielanska is the former Chief Executive and former Chair of Solicitors for the Elderly, an organisation she helped to found in 1999. She lectures regularly for a number of CPD providers, including Central Law Training, The Solicitors Group, Professional Conferences and STEP, and is well known in her specialist field - advising older and vulnerable adults who have limited physical and/or mental capacity.
Cost: £126.00 inc VAT for members of Surrey Law Society, £252.00 inc VAT for non-members.
Please note that this seminar will be held in the Ranmore Suite on the Ground Floor at Denbies Wine Estate, Dorking. Registration is from 1.30pm with tea and coffee. The session will commence at 2.00pm and finish at 5.15pm with a 15 minute break at about 3.30pm for tea.
Please check our website at www.surreylawsociety.org.uk/terms for the Terms & Conditions before booking.
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