The ALEP team is delighted to announce our 2019 Conference has officially SOLD OUT!
Morning places are available.
- 9.30: Registration and welcome for morning delegates
- 10 - 11am: Delegates choose from following topics:
- Valuation for lawyers / Leasehold law for valuers
- 11 - 11.30: Refreshment break
- 11.30 - 12.30: Morning delegates reconvene for session on the roles of the solicitor and valuer in enfranchisement.
The morning session is aimed more specifically at paralegals and solicitors with up to three years’ PQE and trainee and graduate surveyors.
The session may also be of interest for those professionals seeking a useful refresher on the basics!
Our topics and speakers – Morning
Delegates are welcome to join us for what promise to be lively and informative workshop-style morning sessions with practical examples, case studies and scenarios for debate and discussion.
Aimed more specifically at paralegals and solicitors with up to three years’ PQE and trainee and graduate surveyors, the morning session may also be of interest for those professionals seeking a useful refresher on the basics!
Damian Greenish, Consultant and ALEP Honorary President
Katherine Simpson of Edwin Coe LLP
Michael Tibbatts of Scrivener Tibbatts
Lawyers and valuers working together in appreciation of their respective roles will always produce the best result for the client.
Damian will be looking at the basics of enfranchisement valuations from the perspective of a lawyer and explaining why valuers do what they do and what all their jargon means.
Katherine will be looking at the basics of enfranchisement claims and explaining what the lawyers do and how they guide the process.
Morning delegates will choose from:
Valuation for lawyers, presented by Damian Greenish
Leasehold law for valuers, presented by Katherine Simpson
There will then be a short break which will be followed by a lively presentation for all morning delegates by Katherine and Mike. This presentation will outline the roles of the solicitor and valuer in enfranchisement and emphasise that solicitors and valuers must talk, engage and cooperate to provide the right advice to clients, whether these be freeholders or leaseholders.
This is not a political message and our speakers will be using layman’s terminology to illustrate not only the importance of dialogue, but also defining the lines of responsibility after discussions between solicitors and valuers have taken place.
Damian will conclude the morning, leading the discussion and debate.
Morning delegates are welcome to stay for lunch and networking with afternoon delegates.