The differences between chattels, tenant’s fixtures, landlord’s fixtures and integral items will be considered; the common law rights and obligations reviewed and typical contractual obligations identified. Obligations relating to “alterations”, “improvements” and “additions” will be covered. The implications of new tenancies will be discussed. The effect of the Limitations Act will be covered as well as an acknowledgement of the over-riding common law principles of the measurement of loss. The web class will be based on the law in England and Wales.
- Differentiate between chattels, fixtures and integral items and the grey areas
- Identify the different obligations arising in respect of alterations, improvements and additions
- Recognise the risks attached to the parties’ common law rights and obligations
- Examine the effects of the parties’ contractual obligations
- Advise clients with more accurately or more confidence on the question of reinstatement of alterations.
Who should attend
- All who are involved with composing or defending dilapidations claims or in approving tenants’ alterations:
- Landlords and tenants
- Building surveyors
- Property managers
- Services engineers.
Web Class Pre-requisites
This web class is designed for experienced surveyors looking for best practice. Attendees will be given numerous opportunities to ask questions and discussed challenges with the presenters and the other participants.