Our Scottish property specialists can provide expert training sessions on a range of issues tailored to your specific needs. Take a look at the courses we have available and feel free to contact us to discuss your requirements in more detail. We also offer a range of courses on English law Commercial Property issues »
We can offer practical guidance on the following topics:
- Arbitration (Scotland) Act 2010 – What have we learned?
- Dealing with difficult tenants
- Effective arbitration
- Property litigation case law summary
- Tenant insolvency
- When service charges go wrong
For more detail about each course please see below. If you would like to arrange a training session or discuss your specifc requirements in more detail please get in touch »
Arbitration (Scotland) Act 2010 – What have we learned?
In this session we provide an overview of the Arbitration (Scotland) Act 2010, review some recent cases and examine landlord and tenant issues such as rent review.
Dealing with difficult tenants
This session is full of practical hints and tips focusing on recovery of rent and service charges from defaulting tenants and termination of leases.
This two hour session seeks to explore four important areas in arbitration, an increasingly popular means of dispute resolution in Scotland: (1) determining the expenses of the arbitration; (2) is the agent appearing as an expert or as an advocate (or both)?; (3) an arbitrator is not an expert determiner and (4) document recovery.
Property litigation case law summary
This two hour session focuses on the most significant cases that every surveyor needs to know. Topics will include dilapidations, rent review, assignations and sublettings.
This one hour session provides practical hints and tips on issues including landlord’s hypothec and payment of rent as an expenses of administration.
When service charges go wrong
This one hour session provides advice on service charges, recoverability of certain items and sweeper clauses.
We also offer a range of courses on English law Commercial Property issues »