Missives: Setting a New Standard
|Speaker||Ian Ferguson (Partner, Mitchells Roberton) & Paul Carnan (Partner, Blaney Carnan)|
|Seminar Details||Combined Standard Clauses (2013 Edition)
CSC are now accepted and used by most Glasgow and Edinburgh solicitors. The versions are reviewed regularly to keep them up to date and relevant. A 2013 version is due for release in Autumn 2013 and the changes will be highlighted and discussed and future developments considered.
Ian C Ferguson is a Partner of Mitchells Roberton specialising in commercial and domestic conveyancing, banking and security work. He is an active member of the Council of Scottish Law Agents Society (SLAS) of which he was a former president. As a Director of the Legal Defence Union (LDU) Ian has been providing LDU advice since 1997 and has acted in a large variety of different complaint cases of service or conduct for LDU members and also for non members on a private basis.
Builders' Standard Missives - the holy grail?
Given the undoubted success of the various regional standard missives, the team behind the creation of the CSC, together with colleagues representing the housebuilding industry, believe that a similar initiative for housebuilders' missives could become a reality.
Paul B Carnan is a sole practitioner. He has been a member of the Property Law (formerly Conveyancing) Committee of The Law Society of Scotland since 1992, and a member of the Scottish Committee of the National Housing Building Council (“NHBC”) since 2000. He is a member of the editorial team which produced the Combined Standard Clauses. He is the author of various legal articles published in The Journal of The Law Society of Scotland including “Another Hoop to Jump” (2008) regarding the CML Disclosure of Incentives Form and “For a Good Clause” (2009) regarding standard missive clauses.
|Seminar Time||5.45pm - 7.15pm (registration from 5.30pm)|
|Booking Fee||£50 members; £75 non-members; £15 member trainees; £25 non-member trainees|
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