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Building Safety Act 2022 Webinar

Date: 27th March 2023

Time: 10:30 – 11:45

Cost: £30

The Building Safety Act 2022 and ancillary regulations are causing issues for conveyancers. Following on from the webinar on the 09.02.23 and in an effort to answer a number of questions and to shed light on the scope of the legislation and the impact on transactional property lawyers Andrew Butler KC and Sara Jabbari both of Tanfield Chambers will join Ian Quayle of IQ Legal Training in a sixty minute webinar on the 27.03.23 at 10.30 am.

The webinar will examine the application of the Act, the use of the Landlord Certificate and Leaseholder Deed of Certificate and the impact of the legislation on landlords, leaseholders and those advising them.

Time will be allocated for some questions and extensive notes will be provided.

About the speakers:

Andrew Butler

Andrew Butler KC practises in the areas of Property and Business & Commercial, and is Head of Chambers’ Business & Commercial Group. While he accepts instructions across the full spectrum of commercial and property work, he particularly specialises in development disputes and professional negligence matters, with company law issues also forming an increasing part of his caseload.

Sara Jabbari

Sara has a busy practice spanning all areas of property and landlord and tenant matters. She has a particular interest in rights affecting land, and the development of land for mixed commercial and residential use. She has acted in relation to disputes involving issues around restrictive covenants, adverse possession, the construction of leases, leasehold enfranchisement and lease extensions, rights of first refusal,  service charges and rights to manage; often in relation to large-scale mixed use developments and residential schemes. Sara has also advised in relation to real estate finance schemes, where landlord and tenant issues have impacted on the structure and operation of the schemes, and she has experience in relation to property related professional indemnity claims.

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