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Contentious probate update 2019 - Bath

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Royds Withy King

Midland Bridge House

Midland Bridge Road

Bath

BA2 3FP

United Kingdom

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Royds With King and St John’s Chambers Wills & Trusts team are delighted to invite you to their annual seminar held in Bath, in association with Mogers Drewett.

The seminar aims to bring practitioners up to speed with all the latest developments in the world of contentious probate.

It is principally targeted at solicitors who are (or would like to be) involved in contentious probate work, but it would also be of interest to non-contentious lawyers, Will writing firms and professional executors.


Topics include:

Welcome and introduction from the Chair
Charles Auld, Barrister, St John’s Chambers

Proprietary estoppel update in light of the Court of Appeal’s decision in Habberfield
Christopher Jones, Barrister, St John’s Chambers

When Beddoes applications are, and are not, necessary, in light of Lines v Wilcox
Oliver Wooding, Barrister, St John’s Chambers

Procedural update, including time limits for seeking permission to appeal in light of MacDonald v Rose, Part 36 offers in light of Knight v. Knight, and the Business and Property Courts disclosure pilot
Amanda Noyce, Partner, Royds Withy King and Luke Watson, Partner, Mogers Drewett

Round up of the essential case law from the last 12 months
Alex Troup, Head of Wills and Trusts, St John’s Chambers


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  • Venue: Midland Bridge House, Midland Bridge Road, Bath, BA2 3FP
  • Registration and refreshments: 2.00 pm
  • Seminar starts: 2.25 pm
  • Seminar finishes: 5.20 pm
  • CPD points: 2.5
  • Cost: £45 + VAT (£9)


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Midland Bridge House

Midland Bridge Road

Bath

BA2 3FP

United Kingdom

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