The Liver Building

Avoiding Negligence Claims and Complaints in Residential Conveyancing


Speaker: Ian Quayle

Date: Tuesday 25th September, 2018

Time: 09:30 - 12:45

Areas of Law: Property

Liverpool Law Society
2nd Floor Helix
Edmund Street
L3 9NY

Course Code: S4224


This is course designed for residential property conveyancers providing an invaluable examination as to what can go
wrong in the conveyancing process whilst at the same time providing a useful reminder as to best practice.
The course involves an examination of what can go wrong in a conveyancing transaction and how problems and claims can be avoided.

The topics covered include:
•    How property fraud can lead to negligence claims and what is the best approach to avoid problems
•    Setting realistic client expectations
•    Dealing with replies to TA forms when acting for the seller
•    Dealing with searches and replies to TA forms when acting for the buyer
•    The issue of informed consent – what does this really mean?
•    Transactional issues – title problems and land registration issues
•    What causes problems in leasehold transactions
•    What actually causes claims
•    Recent relevant case law

Speaker Biographies

Ian Quayle qualified as a solicitor and worked in private practice for 12 years specialising in property law matters generally including residential development work, commercial acquisitions and disposals. Since 1998 he worked in house and as a consultant for national house builders and national and international property developers advising on all aspects of property, landlord and tenant, transactional and management issues.


Member £105
Non-member £150
Corporate Member Training Offer 1 Credit
Training Season Ticket Free
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