Introducing Datalaw's Conveyancing Law CPD Courses. Including the most recent Conveyancing Law Updates 2023, our courses are created to ensure participants are equipped with the latest knowledge and best practices in the field.
Our Conveyancing Law online courses are enriched with Conveyancing Law case studies, strategies, and updates ensuring a comprehensive learning experience.
For those who thrive on interactive sessions, our Conveyancing Law Live Webinars are essential. Engage in real-time discussions with industry experts, delve into pressing topics, and gain actionable insights that set you apart in the competitive legal landscape.
Whether you're a solicitor or an aspiring legal professional, our Conveyancing Law Training 2023 is tailored to cater to all levels of expertise. Additionally, our property law and conveyancing courses offer a deep dive into the nuances of property law, ensuring participants are well-versed in every topic of conveyancing.
With Datalaw, you're not just staying updated; you're staying ahead. Dive into our expansive Conveyancing Law CPD Course library and elevate your expertise in conveyancing law.
Digital Conveyancing Law course certificates provided for each completed CPD course.
Below is our planned CPD course schedule for Conveyancing Law. We have two Conveyancing Law live webinars in the 22/23 CPD year, a Spring and an Autumn live update. This training is essential for conveyancing law practitioners seeking to refresh their knowledge of conveyancing law and ensure they stay compliant.
CONVEYANCING LAW TITLES
|Nightmares on Completion Day||CPD||06/04/2023||VIEW|
|Conveyancing Law Spring Update 2023||LIVE||23/05/2023 at 1.30pm||VIEW|
|Land Registration Issues for Residential Conveyancers||CPD||31/05/2023||VIEW|
|Acting for Sellers and Buyers at Property Auctions||CPD||31/05/2023||VIEW|
|Easements and Covenants Tips and Traps for Conveyancers||CPD||31/05/2023||VIEW|
|Regulation of Estate Agents||CPD||01/09/2023||VIEW|
|Conveyancing Law Autumn Update 2023||LIVE||16/10/2023 at 1.30pm||VIEW|
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This bundle is vital for all solicitors who are looking to stay up-to-date with the latest updates and changes in Conveyancing Law for 2023. The Conveyancing Law Update 2023 Bundle provides the most up-to-date information on the main Conveyancing Law changes for the 2023 CPD year.As well as gaining access to our Spring and Autumn Conveyancing Law Update Live Webinars for 2023 you will also gain access to the following 6 hours worth of CPD courses upon their release:- Nightmares on Completion Day- Land Registration Issues for Residential Conveya ... See more
Get access to the Essential SRA Compliance Training 2023 + Conveyancing Law Update Bundle 2023 Today!The Essential Access Membership – Datalaw’s most up-to-date legal training courses selected by our experts in compliance and Conveyancing Law. The SRA Compliance Update Bundle 2023 provides the most up-to-date information on the main compliance changes for the 2023 CPD year. Topics included within this bundle include Anti-Money Laundering updates including Economic Crime (Transparency and Enforcement) Act 2022, Cyber Crime & Fraud P ... See more
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This Conveyancing Law Update 2022 CPD Bundle can be accessed through both the Premium and Unlimited Access Subscriptions, which are available at a number of different price points to suit you and your training needs. Datalaw's Subscription CPD package can fulfil your requirements under the SRA scheme in 3 easy steps:Step 1: take your self-assessment and obtain your personal development planStep 2: choose from over 800 legal CPD courses in over 42 areas of law, delivered by expert speakersStep 3: print off your SRA Competency Statement ... See more
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Following action by the Competition and Markets Authority over the position of leaseholders in relation to doubling ground rents, the Leasehold Reform (Ground Rent) Act 2022 was introduced which restricts some ground rents to a peppercorn. Datalaw covered this move, and the professional conduct position of conveyancers in the webinar ‘Ground rent and the Codes of Conduct’.This initial Act forms part of a wider phase of leasehold reform, aiming to further empower leaseholders, by introducing further reforms to ground rents, and making the pu ... See more
Regulation of Estate Agents has increased over the past few years, with estate agents now falling under the Money Laundering Regulations. There are also government plans to formalise the regulation of estate agents further (their current regulation arising principally under the Estate Agents Act 1979).At the moment, solicitors are permitted to offer estate agency services:· under the SRA Authorisation of Firms Rules 2019 (alongside legal services), or· as an alternative business structure under the Legal Services Act 2007In this webinar we lo ... See more
This webinar will examine the preparation of contract packs for sellers and undertaking due diligence when acting for buyers. Presented by expert Conveyancing Law speaker Ian Quayle this course will explore tips and traps when acting for sellers and buyers selling and buying property at face-to-face and online auctions. This course will include the latest law and practice in Conveyancing Law that will be suitable for residential conveyancers of all levels and experience.
Presented by expert Conveyancing Law speaker Ian Quayle, this course will examine the use of notices and restrictions in conveyancing and how to undertake due diligence when considering the registered title. It will also explore dealing with boundary problems and how to approach adverse possession. This course will include the latest law and practice in Conveyancing Law which will be suitable for residential conveyancers of all levels and experience.
In this webinar we will explore how to create legal and equitable easements, and how to ensure easements are enforceable. Presented by expert Conveyancing Law speaker Ian Quayle this course will examine tips and traps when advising on rights of way and looks at relevant recent case law. This course includes the latest law and practice in Conveyancing Law that will be suitable for residential conveyancers of all levels and experience.
Join us for our upcoming Conveyancing Law 2023 Autumn Update Live Webinar, where you will be updated on the latest developments in Conveyancing Law for 2023. Our experienced speakers will guide you through the latest changes and provide you with practical tips to help you stay ahead in the Conveyancing Law profession. This session is vital for all Conveyancing Law Practitioners to attend in order to stay up-to-date with the latest law and practice in Conveyancing Law.Upgrade your experience by becoming a Datalaw Unlimit ... See more
In our Conveyancing Law Spring Update 2023 course you will be updated on the latest developments in Conveyancing Law for 2023. Our experienced speakers will guide you through the latest changes and provide you with practical tips to help you stay ahead in the Conveyancing Law profession. This session is vital for all Conveyancing Law Practitioners to attend in order to stay up-to-date with the latest law and practice in Conveyancing Law.Upgrade your experience by becoming a Datalaw Unlimited Access member. With this mem ... See more
This course considers the technical legal rules, and the practical action which could and should be taken, when the completion of a residential transaction is delayed. This can happen because the money is late in arriving on the contracted day of completion. Or, completion is postponed but will take place in a few days, possibly after the service of a Notice to Complete. Or, completion is never going to happen. The course considers the difference between compensation and damages; and how, when, and the effect of, service of a Notice to Complete ... See more
This Cyber Crime & Fraud Prevention in Legal Practices webinar is created for all legal staff including legal practitioners, paralegals, solicitors, and law firms as it will discuss the different ways that fraud can occur in legal businesses and provide awareness to ensure you know the best ways to fight fraud. This topic is crucial for all legal practitioners to have knowledge and practice in, given how threats from criminals and fraudsters have developed with the advance of technology. More often advanced techniques are used by criminals in ... See more
In this webinar we will be looking at the definition of Female Genital Mutilation (FGM), gathering expert evidence (i.e., medical evidence) in these cases, arguing protection and human rights claims with reference to policy guidance and case law and discuss Country Guidance Decisions. Presented by expert Immigration Law speakers we will look at FGM Protection Orders and how these can be referred to in immigration cases. We will also look at arguing Health Cases for these clients.
This webinar will focus on the Leasehold Reform (Ground Rent) Act 2022. Conveyancers (solicitors and licensed conveyancers) have been criticised in Parliament for failing to advise in cases of doubling ground rents in leasehold properties. A lot of the schemes have been scrapped or are being in time by this new legislation. We'll have a look at the Act and its implications alongside the conveyancer's obligations to act in the best interests of the clients. The focus of the webinar will be professional conduct rather than negligence in these cas ... See more
This course will look at the different ways in which SDLT can be evaded (a crime) and preventing that within your firm. There have been a number of these cases prosecuted and as such this is an important area for conveyancers to understand. The recent Stamp Duty changes will be discussed in the webinar, as well as issues such as:purchase prices just below the threshold but with additional items being charged for;inappropriate use of exemptions;changes to property use after purchase or sale with a resulting back claim; andissues to investigate o ... See more
Every purchaser should ask questions about their purchase and be satisfied that they are making the right decision for them at the right price. Part of instructing a legal adviser is the need to ensure that they are fully informed and have been independently advised prior to making a very substantial purchase – perhaps the most substantial purchase of their lives.This course looks at some of the difficulties involved in dealing with negotiations on price prior to exchange of contracts, which can include disclosures to mortgage companies (and ... See more
Undertakings are a complex business for the legal regulators and a common area for minor misconduct issues to arise. In the writer’s experience many law firms will have come across a breach of undertaking in their career; whether it be as the recipient of the undertaking or as one they have heard about. The regulators receive reports of hundreds of breaches of undertaking per year and the majority of those are in conveyancing.In this webinar and accompanying notes we consider the position of conveyancing undertakings in particular and how the ... See more
Solicitors and Licensed Conveyancers hold money on trust for their clients. The money that is deposited into the client account is held on trust for the client and the lawyer must account to their client during and at the end of the transaction. This webinar looks at how the client account is held on trust for the client, the relevant legislation, Codes, and case law. This is an introductory session, and the reason for that is to acknowledge the complexity of the position in trusts law and in equity. We could produce a number more web ... See more
From Stephen Desmond's many conversations with conveyancers over the years and judging by the volume of associated case law, covenants and issues relating to breaches of covenant are matters that conveyancers have to deal with regularly. So, this is very much an evergreen subject. Also, the consequences of a breach of covenant can be catastrophic for client and conveyancer alike if they are not addressed correctly.This webinar will examine common difficulties that can arise when a covenant has been breached, a potential dispute might arise with ... See more
More and more conveyancers and clients are working from home and becoming accustomed to using the Internet for conveyancing communications and documentation. Therefore, practitioners need to know about the new ways in which the Land Registry deals with deeds (such as Transfer deeds) that are not signed and delivered using the traditional methods (e.g. by mail).This webinar will focus on the Land Registry’s new digital identity standards, which are designed to improve the accuracy in verifying the identity of parties to a conveyancing transact ... See more
This extensive guide will offer a practical and essential discussion of various aspects of cohabitation matters.There will be consideration of the situation where the property is in sole ownership and joint ownershipThe various options will be covered, including the use of TOLATA and Schedule 1 Children Act 1989.There will also be a consideration of the procedural steps in pursuing a beneficial interest in the property, with particular reference to the need to comply with the Civil Procedure Rules.There will be a consideration as to how Schedul ... See more