AM Four Seasons Spring Seminar- Property Law
Thursday 5th May, 5-7pm (registration from 4:40pm)
The Royal Faculty of Procurators in Glasgow
12 Nelson Mandela Place
Glasgow, G2 1BT
Arnot Manderson Advocates are delighted to announce the next instalment in their series of quarterly seminars – The Four Seasons. This “Spring” edition of the series is dedicated to Property Law.
The Seminars will qualify for 2 hours of CPD. These events are free but places are limited.
The high level of interest in previous Four Seasons editions has seen the events sell out quickly. We again anticipate high demand so to ensure your attendance you are required to book a place on our AM Events Booking system which can be found here or via the ‘News and events’ section of our website www.amadvocates.co.uk.
4:40pm to 5:00pm – Coffee and Registration
5:00pm to 5:05pm – Welcome and Introduction
5:05pm to 5:40pm – Frank Burr, Advocate – “ Private Housing (Tenancies) (Scotland) Bill” – A summary of the main changes which the Bill will make to the current assured/short assured tenancy regime, including grounds for eviction, removal of requirement for tenancies to be in writing and Rent Pressure Zones.
5:40pm to 6:10pm – Eric Robertson, Advocate – “Dream of rivals?”: Leases, disputed meanings and the place of certainty – Eric reflects on commercial lease interpretation and the importance of the public registers in light of the recent successful Inner House appeal in Gyle Shopping Centre v Marks and Spencer plc  CSIH 19. How should we now view the business common sense approach to interpretation described in Rainy Sky SA v Kookmin Bank  1 WLR 2900?
6:10pm to 6:45pm – Paul Davies, Advocate – “Tenants Repairing Obligations in Commercial Leases” – Paul will provide a review of recent case law in this area.
6:45pm to 7:00pm – Question and Answer Session