Organiser: Hill Dickinson
Location: Hill Dickinson, 50 Fountain Street, Manchester, M2 2AS
This event is also taking place on 22 March in Manchester
Spring is in the air and we are delighted to invite you to join us at one of our complimentary property update seminars being held at our Liverpool and Manchester offices.
Our property, regulatory and property litigation teams will bring you up to speed on a variety of topical issues.
Bill Chandler – Easements: more exciting than they sound
Many commercial and domestic properties rely for their use and enjoyment on rights of way, rights of light and other rights over neighbouring land, or are themselves subject to such rights. Many of these rights are not formally documented, but have arisen by implication or by long use. After a brief refresher on the basic characteristics of easements, we explore the implications for landowners of several significant recent cases that highlight:
- the diverse ways in which easements can arise
- the breadth of rights that can qualify as easements
- the particular risk of new rights of way arising over forecourts, car parks and other unbuilt-upon areas
Regulatory team – DANGER! Deep (pocket) excavations: the pitfalls of the new H&S sentencing guidelines
Love it or hate it, nobody involved in the property and construction sector can afford to ignore health and safety legislation. Hill Dickinson’s regulatory team explains the tough new sentencing guidelines that apply from February 2016 for offences involving health and safety, corporate manslaughter, food safety and hygiene.
Property litigation team – Case law kaleidoscope
The property litigation team will review the decisions in key property cases over the last 12 months, essential listening for all in the property sector.