Law Commission consultation events on reforms to commonhold and to the Right to Manage
Following the publication of our Consultation Paper, “Reinvigorating commonhold: the alternative to leasehold ownership”, on 10 December 2018 and the forthcoming Consultation Paper on the Right to Manage, the Law Commission is holding a series of consultation events around England and Wales. These events will be an opportunity for us to hear a wide range of views on our proposed reforms to the law of commonhold, and the Right to Manage.
There are two types of event.
(1) Four of our events are tailored towards existing leaseholders and future homeowners. These events will provide an introduction to commonhold and the Right to Manage, followed by a brief overview of key areas of reform which are likely to be of particular interest to leaseholders. A flyer containing the details of these four events, and information on how to book onto each event, can be found here. A Welsh-language flyer containing details of the event in Cardiff can be found here.
(2) A further four events are aimed at professionals. These events will focus in greater depth on the technical details of a selection of our provisional proposals for reform. The areas of reform considered will likely be of particular interest to professionals in the legal and property sectors. A flyer containing the details of these four events, and information on how to book onto each event, can be found here. A Welsh-language flyer containing details of the event in Cardiff can be found here.
Spaces at the events are allocated on a first-come-first-served basis, so please sign-up early to avoid disappointment. We would be extremely grateful if you were also willing to circulate the flyers to anyone who you think may be interested.
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