Publications: Conference Papers

 

2018 AUTUMN TRAINING DAY – Damages and Property Rights. Amanda Tipples QC

DAMAGES AND PROPERTY RIGHTS The significance of One Step (Support) Ltd  v Morris-Garner   [2018] 2 WLR 1353, SC   A presentation to The Property Litigation Association Autumn Training Day in London on 8 November 2018   by   Amanda Tipples QC Maitland Chambers CLICK HERE to download the paper   Amanda Tipples QC has […]

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2018 AUTUMN TRAINING DAY – Whimsical wayleaves, enigmatic easements. Greville Healey, Falcon Chambers

 WHIMSICAL WAYLEAVES,  ENIGMATIC EASEMENTS   The proprietary rights and powers of utilities providers: electricity, gas & water   A presentation to The Property Litigation Association Autumn Training Day in London on 8 November 2018   by   Greville Healey Falcon Chambers   CLICK HERE to download the paper   Greville practises at Falcon Chambers, specialising […]

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2018 Autumn Training Day – Irrationality, unreasonableness and consent in property contracts. Christopher Heather QC, Tanfield Chambers

BARKING UP THE RIGHT TREE Irrationality, unreasonableness and consent in property contracts   A presentation to The Property Litigation Association Autumn Training Day in London on 8 November 2018 by Christopher Heather QC Tanfield Chambers   CLICK HERE to download the slide presentation   Christopher Heather enjoys all aspects of real property and landlord and […]

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2018 Autumn Training Day – Drone technology and its impact on building surveys and property disputes.

DRONING ON: DRONE TECHNOLOGY AND ITS IMPACT ON BUILDING SURVEYS AND PROPERTY DISPUTES A presentation to The Property Litigation Association Autumn Training Day in London on 8 November 2018  by  Peter Folwell & James Dunthorne, Plowman Craven  and Harriet Holmes, Wilberforce Chambers   CLICK HERE TO DOWNLOAD THE PAPER   Peter Folwell (BSc (Hons), MRICS) is a Director […]

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2018 Autumn Training Day – To what extent should litigants in person be treated differently? Rahul Varma, Selborne Chambers

TO WHAT EXTENT SHOULD LITIGANTS IN PERSON BE TREATED DIFFERENTLY? Re Barton v Wright Hassall LLP [2018] UKSC   A presentation to The Property Litigation Association Autumn Training Day in London on 8 November 2018 by Rahul Varma, Selborne Chambers CLICK HERE TO DOWNLOAD THE PAPER   Rahul Varma is a barrister at Selborne Chambers. His broad range […]

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