FACULTY of PARTY WALL SURVEYORS

Providing Training & Regulation

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  • 01/03/2021
    17:00 - 18:15

In collaboration with Nick Isaac QC, the Faculty have organised a series of webinars throughout 2021. This is an ideal opportunity to enhance your knowledge and satisfy your CPD requirements. This webinar is on Monday 1st March 2021 at 5.00 p.m. until 6.15 p.m. 

This webinar will be delivered by a video conferencing programme called ZOOM which means that you will need to have the following available in order to access this seminar:

  • Laptop or Computer
  • Webcam & Microphone

Nick Isaac QC, will be delivering the subject on:

‘The Perfect Award’ 

We all know that there is no such thing as the perfect award, but how do surveyors go about producing the best awards they can? In this webinar we will discuss some of the standard form award templates, including the Faculty’s, the RICS award, and even my own 100 word award, as well as how to approach award writing generally.

Nick Isaac QC is a specialist property barrister who has been involved in many of the leading party wall cases over the last decade or more, and is deputy head of Tanfield Chambers. He is the author of “The Law and Practice of Party Walls” and “Where is my boundary” and co-author of “The New Party Wall Casebook”, and is currently writing a rights of light casebook. Alongside his barrister’s practice and writing, Nick also lectures regularly on party walls, boundaries and easements.

1.5 CPD hours available. 

*booking expires on 25th February 2021*

*Important – Once booked, we will send you the link a couple of days prior to the webinar via email 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*. 

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