Dealing with LPA Receivers: When does consultation become interference?
8th Sep 2016, 10:00 to 16th Sep 2016, 13:00
A lender appoints an LPA Receiver to deal with, or sell, the mortgaged property. The Receiver, although appointed by the lender, acts as the borrower’s agent. But when does the lender’s interaction with the Receiver change this position so that he becomes their agent with significant consequences?
This masterclass will discuss the law and practice in respect of the lender’s dealings with Receivers. It will focus on where the line between consultation and interference is, and what practical steps can be taken to protect the lender.
This event is aimed at: Solicitors, receivers, conveyancers and anyone working in a lender in-house legal team or legal services.
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- CML member rate: £55 (VAT exempt)
- CML associate rate: £99 (VAT exempt)
- Non-member rate: £129 (VAT exempt)
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