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  •  13/07/2020
     16:30 - 18:00

On behalf of the Faculty, Reema Bharakda-Patel & Stephen Cornish have organised a Faculty Forum Webinar which will be presented to you by the video-conferencing app called ZOOM on Monday 13th July 2020 at 4.30 p.m. until 6.00 p.m.

Andrew Smith of Child & Child Solicitors, will be delivering the subject on:

  •  Basic Fundamentals of Appeals & Injunctions

Partner at Child & Child Solicitors. Andrew has specialised in litigation since 1987, focusing heavily on property related litigation, principally, party walls and rights of light, easements and construction disputes. Andrew is frequently invited to give lectures to surveyors, architects and other solicitors and has written several articles on neighbouring land issues. He is widely considered to be the first port of call for specialist advice relating to party walls, rights of light, access to neighbouring land, oversailing licences, rights of way, easements, construction disputes and boundary disputes.  He is also the co-author of Party Walls Law and Practice, Fourth Edition, published by Lexis Nexis.  This is considered to be the leading legal reference work on the law relating to party walls.  Andrew frequently deals with heavy and complex cases involving property development and, in particular, basement excavations.  He also handles a large number of conventional residential disputes.

*1.5 Hours CPD*

4.30 p.m. until 6.00 p.m. 

*Important – Once booked, we will send you the link via email a couple of days prior to the forum, to access the meeting, therefore please make sure that you fill in the contact details correctly on the booking form. For bookings of more than one person, can you please fill in the individual contact details for each person so that we can send the link to both parties*. 

Booking expires on 8th July 2020. 

We look forward to seeing you. 

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