Free Seminar for South Yorkshire Property Professionals

10th October 2013

Lupton Fawcett Lee & Priestley, the Leeds and Sheffield based commercial law firm, is holding a free seminar to provide local commercial property specialists with an update on current commercial property case law.

  The seminar will be of interest to landlords, investors, financiers, commercial property agents, property estate managers, surveyors and accountants.   Julian Rowden, Director and Head of Sheffield's Commercial Property department, will provide an update on recent topical issues affecting commercial property occupiers and investors with Geraint Pinches, Director in Dispute Management, talking about the upcoming reform of the law of distress as a means to recovering rent arrears - soon to be known as CRAR together with providing the latest update on different options for rent recovery generally.   The seminar will take place at the Leopold Hotel, Sheffield on Thursday 21st November commencing at 8am and finishing around 10am.  Refreshments and breakfast will be available to guests.   To book a place, please contact Lupton Fawcett Lee & Priestley's Samantha Thorpe on 0113 2802218 or via e-mail

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