Landlords & letting agents – prevent losses from legal errors by attending this special training event
Sponsored by TDS
“A great networking opportunity”
What delegates at Landlord Law Conference 2013 said:
Good value. Good range of speakers & topics. Venue good. Run to time”Susan
A well balanced presention of all major issues of landlord / tenancies”John
Great!! Very useful and well recommended. A must for anyone involved in letting a property. Very well explained and made for very interesting listening”Stephen
Very informative day, reminded me of things I’d forgotten. Course notes are fab!”Diana
Very professionally run – very refreshing to have a conference that ran promptly to time without anyone being rushed. Great speakers, great range of topics covered. Lovely biscuits and cakes!”Jane
Great Conference. Knowledgable presenters delivered in a concise, factual yet relaced manner. The guides provided meant we only needed to record notes of issues to check back at the office. Well done for an excellent event”Lesley
Find out more about the program and the event:
Relax after your journey with a cup of tea and coffee while looking through your conference ‘goody bag’
Graeme is one of the three directors of Easy Law Training and he will be your ‘Master of Ceremonies’ for the day. Here he opens the conference and gives out essential notices.
Tessa will be looking at amending tenancy agreements – something you may do often, but are you SURE you are not thereby invalidating them? Discover the pitfalls you need to watch out for
If you have more than two tenants sharing who are not family – you could well have an HMO. In which case you may be in trouble. David looks at the problems that may arise and what you can do to prevent them happening
All landlords are bound by the landlords statutory repairing covenants. Simon takes us through these and gives advice on dealing with claims – and avoiding them in the first place
Damp and condensation can be big problems in rented properties. Timothy is here to explain what tenants rights actually are and what you can do if you are sued.
Take a break after the mornings talks over a delicious lunch (included in the price of your conference fee) and maybe take a look at some of our exhibitors stands
There is always, it seems, some problem or issue about the tenancy deposit regulations. David is a bit of an expert and is here to discuss and explain the current problems and case law
Mike Morgan is the Head of Adjudication at TDS – he will be talking about the TDS approach, how to deal with adjudication hearings, and will also be giving some ‘howlers’ from their case files
John is a Residential Property Tribunal Judge so is a very good person to explain the recent changes at the Tribunal to us. He will also be explaining how you can represent yourself in RPT claims
Hopefully you will never need to evict your tenants, but if you do – you don’t want anything to go wrong. Martyn has dealt with literally thousands of eviction claims and will be explaining how to prepare, how to deal with the Judge, and how to deal with those creative tenant defences …
”Tessa, ”Landlord Tessa is the owner and creator of the popular Landlord Law online membership site for landlords and property professionals and a director of Easy Law Training.
”David, ”Anthony David is a solicitor at Anthony Gold, solicitors in London.A recognised expert on tenancy deposit protection, HMOs, and the Housing Health and Safety Rating System, David is also a trained mediator.
”Simon, ”Sharman Simon is a partner at Sharman Law based in their Bedford office.A solicitor of over 25 years standing, he specialises in property work, especially landlord and tenant, and is known for his services for letting agents.
”Timothy, ”Anthony Timothy is a partner and solicitor at Anthony Gold where he has developed a specialism in problems regarding damp and mould. A member of the Housing Law Practitioners Association and Lambeth Housing Lawyers, a Solicitor Advocate with Higher Rights of Audience.
”John, ”Ward John is a solicitor and a Chair of the Residential Property Tribunal, and also a partner at Ward Hadaway in Leeds where he heads their property team. He has worked as a property law solicitor for over 20 years and has acted for both private and social landlords.
”Michael, ”TDS” Mike is the TDS’ Head of Dispute Resolution. He is passionate about alternative dispute resolution, and has many years’ specialist experience in the consumer affairs sector. Having trained as a solicitor Mike worked in Trading Standards and at Qualitas, the Furniture Ombudsman, before joining TDS in 2006.
”Martyn, ”Ashley Martyn a recognised expert in L&T Court hearings. His practice of 85 Advocates undertake about one third of this country’s L&T possession hearings. He has 35 years experience in Court working with managing agents with personally over 10000 case under his belt
”Graeme, ”Easy Graeme is one of the three directors of Easy Law Training Ltd. Graeme will be acting as ‘Master of Ceremonies’ at the conference, introducing the speakers and generally keeping everything in order.
A special offer to our 2014 Conference Delegates – get two conferences for the price of one!
All delegates will be entitled to access to our conference course for 2013 – videos of all the main speakers, together with pdfs of the powerpoints and handouts.
Free access will be granted until 31 March 2013 – so the sooner you book, the more time you will have to study the course!
- Free Wi Fi
- Tea and coffee on arrival
- And with two comfort breaks
- Buffet lunch provided
- Course notes
- NB Overnight accommodation at the Angel Hotel available at extra cost (subject to availability)
- Option to have dinner with Tessa, Graeme and Ben on Thursday & / or Friday evenings at the Angel Hotel restaurant – £33 pp book in advance
- TDS (lead sponsor)
- Residential Landlords Assn
- NW Brown
- Anthony Gold Solicitors
- Pocket Landlord
- Stewart Title Ltd
- Cambridge Building Society
- Larking Gowen
For too long people have associated landlords and letting agents with shoddy standards and rogue elements.
Join us in starting a new movement towards excellence and good practice for the profession!
The Conference will take place on 28 March 2014 – between 9.45 am and 5.00 pm
Here’s what you need to do next:
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We will send out an invoice for payment. All conference fees are payable in full, in advance of the conference.
Payment can be by cheque, pay pal or Bank transfer
Payment details will be provided on your invoice. We may also be able to arrange for you to make payment by credit card, on request.
Once you have paid
Your booking will be confirmed.
If you have asked for the free access to our online 2013 Conference Course, you will be sent login details as soon as payment has been received.
Standard price is £180 (£150 + VAT)
Up to 50 places have been reserved for current Landlord Law +Plus members and Easy Law Training customers since March 2013, at a special 50% discount: