Past Events

The Brocklesby Principle: Do lenders have to worry about equitable interests?

1st Nov 2016, 10:00 to 13:00

Overriding interests have the potential to render a lender’s security worthless, so what can lenders do to protect themselves? This masterclass will consider the interrelation between overriding interests and mortgages generally, before exploring the details of Wishart v Credit & Mercantile Plc [2015] in which the lender ultimately succeeded on an application of the Brocklesby principle.

This event is aimed at: Solicitors, receivers, conveyancers and anyone working in a lender in-house legal team or legal services.


  • CML Bush House, London


  • CML member rate: £55 (VAT exempt)
  • CML associate rate: £99 (VAT exempt)
  • Non-member rate: £129 (VAT exempt)

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