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Leasehold Question Time: What do proposed reforms mean for leaseholders?

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Leasehold Question Time:
What do proposed reforms mean for leaseholders?
Thursday 23 November | 5pm – 6pm

Leasehold remains firmly in the headlines and featured prominently in the recent King’s Speech.

In this latest Bishop & Sewell Leasehold Question Time, Mark Chick and Chris Macartney will discuss the proposed reforms, their potential impact and the current position for those in the process of buying their freehold or extending their lease, or for those who are contemplating beginning a claim.

A must-attend for leaseholders!

This one-hour session will offer plenty of opportunity for Q&A.

Who can view: Everyone
Webinar Price: Free
Featured Presenters
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Senior Partner - Landlord & Tenant team
Mark Chick is recognised as a leading UK authority in this sector. He is a leasehold reform specialist and has been a Partner at Bishop & Sewell LLP since 2006.

He is a director and a founder committee member of the Association of Leasehold Enfranchisement Practitioners (ALEP), the sector body to which all reputable valuers and solicitors working in the field of leasehold reform now belong.

Over the past ten years he has developed Bishop & Sewell’s Landlord & Tenant practice to be one of the largest specialist teams in the UK. Under his direction the department has flourished and he now leads a team of specialist solicitors and property experts.

He is a very well-known and highly-regarded specialist in Landlord & Tenant matters. His expertise when it comes to leasehold reform issues is unparalleled.

Mark is a member of the Leasehold Valuation Tribunal Frequent User Group Panel. His views as a leasehold reform specialist dealing with freehold purchase, lease extension, services charges and Landlord & Tenant matters can also be followed direct on LinkedIn and Twitter.
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Partner and Joint Head of the Landlord & Tenant team
Chris is a leading practitioner in residential leasehold property law and regularly advises both landlords and tenants in complicated collective enfranchisement and lease extension claims.

In addition to acting for large groups of tenants and HNW individuals in coordinated applications for lease extensions and collective claims, Chris has developed a niche practice in acting for leaseholders in applications for new leases from the Crown, advising and acting for leaseholders in claims to acquire the freehold where the landlord is absent under the Landlord and Tenant Act 1987 and acquiring interests where the crown has disclaimed their interest in the building following dissolution of a limited company.

Added to significant advisory experience acting for clients including companies post-enfranchisement in dealing with management of large blocks of flats, Chris has a wide-ranging client base encompassing individuals, corporates, developers and HNW individuals.

Chris has been published in the Guardian and the Times in relation to leasehold reform matters and other industry related publications.

An approachable and friendly face, Chris is well known in the sector as a 'safe pair of hands' with practical and technical experience. Chris jointly heads the firm’s Landlord & Tenant department focusing on leasehold reform matters.
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