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Lease extension Part 2

Recorded in November 2016

In the second installment of our 2-part webinar series on lease extensions, Nicholas Kissen will talk you through

When you are asked to give advice on lease extensions, are you filled with panic? Not to worry, you are not alone.

The right to extend a lease is a very popular option for leaseholders, however the law relating to this area is complex and often misunderstood. This right contains pitfalls for the unwary, which can cause substantial problems. This 2 part webinar series will detail these problems, and provide you with the knowledge to take your clients through these procedures with confidence.

The presentation is 60 minutes followed by 30 minutes Q+A

Accredited by: SRA (1.5 CPD points), IRPM Course level: Introductory

Speaker: Nicholas Kissen is a solicitor at LEASE with nearly thirty years’ experience both in private practice and the public sector. Nicholas is a regular speaker at property professional events and in addition delivers classroom and bespoke training as well as webinars on a regular basis. Nicholas has sat on a number of outside bodies including those reviewing codes of management practice. He has also been included in the 2015 edition of News on the Block’s “Hot 100” –  a list of the 100 most influential people in residential property.

Download the slides for this presentation.

LEASE is governed by a board, appointed as individuals by the Secretary of State for the Ministry of Housing, Communities & Local Government.

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