Dilapidations in and After a Pandemic Short course

Overview

This short course is split into two sessions. The first of the two sessions will deal with the specific problems caused by a dramatically changed property market - specifically, how to adapt to the increased necessity to consider the landlords actual loss as the basis for preparing the quantified demand rather than relying on the mere quantum of the schedule.

The second session will be on a ‘speakeasy’ basis with questions from attendees and interaction with all those attending. Questions will be invited based on the content of the first session as well as general questions about dilapidations.

Course details

Structure

  • Mode of study: Webinar
  • Duration: Half-day

Date and time

  • Wednesday 27 January 2021
  • 9.30am-12.30pm

Cost

  • £126

You'll receive instructions on how to join the webinar by email once your booking and payment has been processed.

What you'll experience

On this short course you'll cover:

  • the preparation and negotiation of dilapidation settlements in the current market
  • updates on dilapidation practice and law

Teaching

Terry Davis is a dilapidations expert who sat on the RICS Dilapidations Steering Group from 2009 to 2015, the RICS/PLA Protocol Liaison Group and the RICS Dilapidation Guidance Working Group. He co-presented RICS Dilapidation Roadshows from 2010 to 2015 and presented at RICS Dilapidation Conferences from 2010 to 2014. 

Terry has been an occasional contributor to the RICS Property Journal, articles include Estimating Losses - Supersession (2014) and Levels of Loss – Diminution Valuations (2015). He is Chair of the Dilapidations Association and carries out many specialist seminars each year. He specialises in dilapidations and the preparation of diminution valuations for both dilapidation and non-dilapidation purposes.

Entry requirements

There are no entry requirements for this course. 

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