Today’s Training: A Comprehensive Guide To Unregistered Conveyancing

Next month, Today’s Training will be hosting four webinars over consecutive week covering the conveyancing process regarding unregistered land, which is ideal for conveyancers who require a refresher on unregistered land.

The course is also suitable for newly qualified staff who are unfamiliar with the process. The course counts towards your continuing competence, and costs £100 +VAT for the four sessions.

Kelly McDonnell, the Chairman of the Midlands Branch of Women in Property has over 20 years’ experience in the conveyancing sector and Jonathan Ritson a conveyancing solicitor with over 25 years’ experience, will talk delegates through:

  • How to read a conveyance
  • The Root of a Title
  • Plans
  • Preparing an Epitome of Title
  • Abstracts of Title
  • Preparing a Contract
  • Land Charges and Index Map Searches
  • Checking the Contract and Epitome of Title
  • Enquiries
  • Pre-Completion Services
  • Registration

Following the completion of the course delegates will have:

  • A sound basic understanding of the fundamentals involved in dealing with unregistered land
  • An ability to read and analyse unregistered title documents and identify any potential issues
  • A full understanding of the process and procedure in dealing with unregistered land from initial instructions to registration

Dates for the webinar

  • 8 September 2020 – 10am
  • 15 September 2020 – 10am
  • 22 September 2020 – 10am
  • 29 September 2020 – 10am

For more information and to register for the event CLICK HERE

1 Comment

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    This does not address the basic problem that the reserved matters scheme cons clients into thinking that any solicitor or conveyancer has the aptitude to handle unregistered conveyancing even if they have no knowledge of it.

    Voluntary registration should be required before any unregistered property can be marketed.

    Don’t feel sorry for the owners. They have had since 1862 to carry out the process and should no longer be allowed to impose the complications of their failure on those in chains

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