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Conveyancing residential leasehold

Recorded in October 2013

This webinar is designed to help buyers, sellers, and all others involved in buying/selling leasehold property. Leasehold is a complex area of law and in this webinar we will highlight potential pitfalls buyers, sellers and their agents should know about and how to successfully navigate them.

See also: Freehold vs leasehold conveyancing flowchart

About the speaker:

Thomas Frith qualified as a solicitor in a general high street practice in North London in 2003. His background is in property work involving residential and commercial transactions of freehold and leasehold properties. Thomas is a regular speaker at Lease events and conferences and written and collaborated on a number of advice guides on the Leasehold Advisory Service website.

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