The snappily named Assured Tenancies and Agricultural Occupancies (Forms) (moratorium Debt) (Consequential Amendment) (England) Regulations came into force on Monday 3 May 2021.
CLA members in the Midlands were able to participate in the meeting from our office in central Birmingham. The collegiate spirit of charity law was very much in evidence as we exchanged perspectives on the presentations:
- Gareth Morgan on "The first four years of CIOs: Concepts, Conversions and Controversies"
- Paul Bater and Alana Petraske on "The Common Reporting Standard: From Theory to Practice"
Those present were very positive about the event and we look forward to hosting further meetings during the coming year.
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