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Today’s Training, brought to you by the publishers of Today’s Conveyancer, Today’s Wills & Probate, and Today’s Family Lawyer, provides a range of online training topics for practitioners.

Alongside IQ Legal Training, we bring you experts on the subject to deliver these short online which are designed to provide practical advice and guidance for your day-to-day roles.

The courses count toward Continuing Competence and certificates can be provided for evidence.

All our sessions are recorded and available for 30 days after the live event, so even if you cannot make the live session, make sure to book on to receive the recording for later viewing. If you have any questions about the training, or would like to discuss becoming one of our expert speakers, please contact Raye Bradley via email raye.bradley@todaysmedia.co.uk.

For further details of our on-demand and upcoming courses, please click here.

An Introduction to Residential Conveyancing

Monday 20th May 2024 – 5 week Training Course

Hosted by Today’s Training and IQ Legal Training

This series of five 60-minute webinars, brought to you by Today’s Training and IQ Legal Training explores the residential leasehold conveyancing process. The series explains the differences between freehold and leasehold conveyancing and the procedures and documentation encountered. The webinar will also highlight potential problem areas and issues involved in the process.

Tips and Traps with New Build & Newly Built Property

Tuesday 21st May 2024 

Hosted by Today’s Training and IQ Legal Training

This course examines some of the key issues that can arise when dealing with new build conveyancing. Expert speaker Zoe Upson explores good practice, changes that can and should be made to the contract and transfer despite being told that no changes are able to be made. Also investigating why and how protecting the contract is vital to protecting your client against fraud and why scrutinising a contract pack is essential as although developers believe they are always right that’s not always the case.

Airspace and Subsoil, Conveyancing Problems

Thursday 30th May 2024

Hosted by Today’s Training and IQ Legal Training

Issues associated with airspace or subsoil development may not be obvious problems for residential conveyancers but have you considered a residential client who wishes to extend a property upward or wishes to extend a cellar or contract an underground garage / swimming pool.

Whilst most conveyancers are familiar with surface boundary issues, what about boundary problems and other issues concerning the use of residential property or development? What about residential leaseholders becoming aware of landlords increasing the height of a building? Can the leaseholder object?