Webinars & Podcasts
Catch-up with our most recent Devonshires Webinars. Our page is regularly refreshed, providing you with the most relevant and up to date information.
In this webinar Rebecca Brady and Jatinder Bhamber give delegates a sound introduction to the law around the various types of non-occupation and subletting cases, and the processes involved when looking to recover possession in these cases.
Hosted by Anna Bennett, who will be joined by Angela Hall, barrister at Five Paper, this Webinar is aimed at Registered Providers who provide accommodation to young persons. We will explain the law around accommodating minors and provide guidance on what to do when mistakes are made in the paperwork, or in the event these occupiers start to cause problems.
In recent months, the Housing Ombudsman has been busy publishing both its investigation reports on individual cases and guidance on Housing Conditions Claims. Victoria Smith, Donna McCarthy, and Kerri Harrison will be considering the recent guidance and reports, looking at decisions relating to both the original substantive complaint, along with findings of maladministration.
Kathryn Kligerman and guest speaker Danny Frost, give a presentation on the key issues clients are grappling with in the current climate, including the recent Government announcements around evacuation policies and Personal Emergency Evacuation Plans. There will then be an opportunity for delegates to share their own experiences, thoughts and concerns to the group.
This webinar will give you an overview of where the boundaries lie between freedom of speech and defamation as well as the laws surrounding the duties of internet hosts and limits on taking action against them. Pauline Lépissier and Matthew Garbutt will explain the steps to follow to seek to delete defamatory posts or websites, including by anonymous posters, and what the Courts can do to help.
This webinar focuses on common management structures found on residential estates with detailed consideration of RTM Companies and Residents’ Management Companies. We consider how each type of company is formed, what it means for the landlord and what steps the landlord can take in circumstances where the company is not acting appropriately.
In this webinar we will cover the landlord’s obligations and duties in respect of housing repair and maintenance. Rebecca Brady and Ayesha Herath will discuss the Pre-Action Protocol for Housing Conditions and what a landlord needs to do if it receives a Letter of Claim threatening proceedings.
In this webinar Stavrina Tofallis, Mark Foxcroft, and Dominic Bauers will be reviewing the new model shared ownership lease and commenting on the key changes. This webinar is aimed at anyone who will be using the new model shared ownership lease and would like to understand the differences and how this will affect them.
This webinar focuses on common management structures on residential Estates with a look at RTM Companies and Residents’ Management Companies. Neil Lawlor and Mark Foxcroft will discuss how each type of company comes to be in place, what that means for the landlord, and what steps landlords can take when the company is not acting appropriately.
In Episode 6, special guest speaker HHJ Patrick Perusko joins us to discuss and share his experiences from running the innovative Family Drugs and Alcohol Court (FDAC).
Neil Lawlor looks at some of the common issues that can arise when managing estates where there is a management company or managing agent in place (such as a Residents’ Management Company or a Right to Manage Company) and what steps landlords can take to address them.