The key residential cases of 2023 and examine what 2024 holds

Start 2024 right with Orbital Witness’ free training in collaboration with IQ Legal Training

Orbital Witness, the leading property diligence automation platform, and IQ Legal Training are hosting a free training webinar on 31 January 2024.

The webinar will take place at 10am – 11am and highly regarded legal trainer, Ian Quayle of IQ Legal Training, will be covering key residential cases of 2023, as well as examine what 2024 holds.

To register for the webinar, sign-up here.

Those attending the webinar will learn about:

  • Key cases of 2023 on easements, restrictive covenants, contracts and the interpretation of conveyancing documentation
  • Lessons to be learned as to how the BSA is to be interpreted by the Courts
  • Developments in 2024 – The Law Society Code for Signing and Exchanging Property Contracts 2024 and the Leasehold and Freehold Reform Bill 2024

As well as providing CPD hours for residential conveyancers, it will enable attendees to ask questions live and receive detailed training notes after.

When asked on his reflections on 2023, Ian Quayle had to say:

“2023 was a very interesting year for conveyancers; volumes of work down from previous years and large numbers of firms unwilling to take on residential leasehold transactions due to problems associated with the BSA 2022.

The use of artificial intelligence grew in the legal field generally and in residential conveyancing in particular and that use will increase. If used as a tool to assist conveyancers it will continue to generate more and more benefits, which along with technology generally, should enable conveyancers to focus on legal issues rather than the conveyancing process and admin.”

In terms of what Ian thinks 2024 has in store, you’ll have to attend the webinar to find out…

This article was submitted to be published by Orbital Witness as part of their advertising agreement with Today’s Conveyancer. The views expressed in this article are those of the submitter and not those of Today’s Conveyancer.

Want to have your say? Leave a comment

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

Read more stories

Join nearly 5,000 other practitioners – sign up to our free newsletter

You’ll receive the latest updates, analysis, and best practice straight to your inbox.