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Business Insolvency: Leases, Landlords and Hypothec (Scotland)

As IPs we need to deal regularly with leases and landlords. What is a lease, and what are the rights of a tenant and a landlord in Scotland on insolvency?

Description

As IPs we need to deal regularly with leases and landlords. What is a lease, and what are the rights of a tenant and a landlord in Scotland on insolvency?

This course combines an overview of the legal framework for Scottish leases and provides some practical pointers of what to look out for and how to deal with some of the issues arising. Emphasising a practical response, you will learn how to deal competently with commercial leased property and apply your skills in your case work.

CPD Learning Outcomes

  • Leases – essential requirements
  • Assignation, renunciation and irritancy
  • Rights of landlord on insolvency
  • Landlord's hypothec
  • Landlord and the administrator
  • Dealing with leases as an IP
  • Ongoing occupation
  • Non-domestic rates and impact on insolvency

Who Should Attend

This webinar is aimed at licenced Insolvency Practitioners and their staff, who are looking for a comprehensive introduction or update to their skills in relation to leased property.

Cost

£50 + VAT per person

Webinar fee includes electronic version of course documentation.

50% reduction for every third one hour session you book.

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