Tessa Shepperson discusses the event with our principal speaker, solicitor David Smith of JMW.
Sadly the pandemic has meant that many landlords now have no alternative but to bring eviction proceedings against their tenants.
Or maybe you require the property back to sell or live in yourself?
Many landlords, either through personal preference or lack of funds, choose to act in person when bringing possession proceedings.
However, it is very easy to go wrong – which even in ‘normal’ times will put your case back by several weeks. But with the current delays in the courts following the pandemic, a mistake can cost you months. Which can prove very expensive if your tenant is not paying rent.
This training day will bring you bang up to date with the rules and regs, plus our speakers will give tips and guidance to ensure that your claim goes smoothly.
David is a solicitor and partner at JMW Solicitors. He is well known as an expert on landlord & tenant law.
Neli is a solicitor at JMW Solicitors and works closely with David helping landlords with landlord & tenant law.
Robert is a specialist housing barrister from Selborne Chambers and a Deputy District Judge.
Tessa is a solicitor and the owner of the Landlord Law service. She is a specialist landlord & tenant lawyer and will be your host for the day.
Although you will be signing up to this course for help and guidance in bringing a claim for possession, it is always best, if you can, to avoid this.
For example, if the reason you are looking to evict is your tenant’s rent arrears, it may be possible to help your tenants by sourcing grant and other aid to enable them to clear their arrears.
Julie Ford specialises in this work and has helped many landlords and their tenants. In this talk, which we will be recording and loading up to the delegates page a week or so before the event, Julie will be explaining her methods and the resources she uses.
We have also set up special links allowing you to instruct Julie direct, either to provide an assessment or to give telephone advice.
The bonus items will all be available from the delegates page where they will be loaded up shortly before or on the training day. A few bonus items will be available earlier for you to view after booking your place.
We are grateful to Hammock – the property finance platform for UK landlords, who have kindly sponosred this event.
Detailed guidance on accessing both sites will be provided.
Both the event website and the delegates page are mobile responsive.
So you will be able to access them on your smartphone as well as your desktop, laptop and tablet devices.
However, note that the documents and presentations may not display properly on a smartphone so you will need to use ideally a laptop or desktop computer to use them.
You can cancel and get a full refund provided you let us know not later than 30 days after purchase, by sending us a message via our green button support service giving your reason why you wish to cancel and stating that you require a refund.
We will then cancel your purchase (and your access) and refund your money within 14 days.
Note however that no refunds will be made after the event has started.
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