OneSearch Direct take part in legal easel CPD Conference, Preston
OneSearch Direct, the UK’s largest local search data company, are taking part in today’s Legal Easel Conference, hosted by Professional Conferences. Discussing major issues in commercial and residential property law, delegates will explore recent case studies on topics such as rights of way, restrictive covenants, and SDLT issues.
Taking part in Ribby Hall Village, Preston, the following key subjects will be discussed:
- Conditional contracts – tips and traps
- Case law update
- SDLT FAQs
- When things go wrong – contract problems and notices to complete
- Tenant default – exercising landlords’ remedies
- Avoiding negligence traps
Lidia Quinlan, Strategic Partnerships and Panels Manager, OneSearch Direct, comments:
“Today’s conference is particularly important, as it seeks to tackle real problem areas in the industry. Not only is there a segment dedicated to avoiding negligence traps, there will also be an abundance of practical advice on how best to deal with those unfortunate occasions when property transactions go wrong. This is something every seasoned conveyancer has experience of, and we all understand the importance of remediating as quickly as possible.
“We’re delighted to be a part of this event, as it ties in with our own values for mitigating risk and securing a best practice approach to all that we do. There are many ways OneSearch Direct can assist law firms in achieving compliance and success in 2016, and we look forward to exploring this further today.”
Can’t make the conference?
OneSearch Direct would still love the opportunity to discuss the various ways they can assist you and your firm. Please get in touch with their Service Introduction Team on 01782 433270.
To find out more about OneSearch Direct, visit www.onesearchdirect.co.uk or call 0800 052 0117.
This article was submitted to be published by OneSearch Direct as part of their advertising agreement with Today’s Conveyancer. The views expressed in this article are those of the submitter and not those of Today’s Conveyancer.