LocationAnthony Collins Solicitors, 134 Edmund Street, Birmingham, B3 2ES, United Kingdom Get directions
A day-long training session aimed at those working with assured tenancies and designed to keep your team’s knowledge up-to-date with the latest in housing law. Back to Basics part 2 builds on topics and issues covered in part 1, but attendance at the first session is not essential to join this one.
What's it about?
This interactive one-day seminar aims to equip officers working within the assured housing sector with a strong foundation knowledge of the following topics:
- A detailed discussion of issues linked to rent possession proceedings such as the pre-action protocol and the various grounds for possession;
- An in-depth look at anti-social behaviour, including injunctions, committal applications and possession proceedings;
- Drafting effective Notices Seeking Possession;
- An overview of possible defences to possession proceedings, including mental capacity issues, the Equality Act and housing disrepair; and
- A practical session on the drafting of witness statements and what to include in them.
We have provided this training for a number of our clients previously and feedback has been very positive:
“The trainer is amazingly knowledgeable and gives examples in all areas which I am able to relate to and put into practice at the workplace.”
“Very detailed and well presented seminar on keys areas of housing law.”
“Thorough and informative from start to finish – really useful references.”
Who should attend?
This session is aimed at housing association staff members.
- 09:00 Registration for a 09:30 start
- 11:00 Break
- 12:30 Lunch (45 mins)
- 13:15 Reconvene
- 15:00 Break
- 16:00 Finish
Alex Loxton - Anthony Collins Solicitors
Who will be there?
Colleagues from Anthony Collins Solicitors’ housing sector will join throughout lunch for networking.
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