Residential Conveyancing for Support Staff – Day 1

Date & Time

21st January 2019 | Jury's Inn, 101 Stroudley Road, Brighton, BN1 4DJ | 9.30 - 5.30 each day

Cost

£500 + VAT (including lunch each day)

Description

Residential Conveyancing for Support Staff

21st & 22nd January, 2018

This 2 day course for support staff  is intensive, practical and packed with useful advice and case studies to ensure delegates obtain a detailed understanding of the conveyancing process.  Time is allocated each day for a question and answer session and delegates are provided with two Conveyancing Manuals to support their learning and delegates can complete an end of course assignment which is formally assessed.

Course Aims

  • To provide support staff with an overview of the conveyancing process from start to finish examining freehold, leasehold, unregistered, and registered sales and purchases;
  • To explain the law that underpins the conveyancing process;
  • To explain the Conveyancing Protocol;
  • To examine the professional obligations owed to clients and fellow conveyancers when acting as a conveyancer;
  • To highlight where things can go wrong in the conveyancing process and what action can be taken;
  • To explain how to deal with clients and avoid complaints and negligence claims.

Who should attend?

  • Secretarial and support staff who currently assist fee earners;
  • Conveyancing case workers and team members;
  • Qualified staff joining the residential conveyancing team;
  • Qualified or support staff returning to work after absence;
  • Anyone requiring intensive conveyancing training to update their knowledge.

Who provides the training?

Iq.legal training is the trading name for Ian Quayle who has, for the past fourteen years, provided property law training to the legal profession nationwide.  Prior to that, Ian was in private practice as a solicitor and worked as a consultant to a number of regional and national housebuilders and developers advising on complex conveyancing issues.

Ian is constantly in demand to speak at training events and conferences. In addition, he presents webinars for a number of the leading training providers as well as providing training courses to firms, organisations and local law societies via iq.legal training, his own property law training venture.  He also produces a monthly webcast highlighting conveyancing issues or developments. His presentations are lively, informative and always well received.