Half Day Conference: Joint Property – Issues in Life and Death – FULLY SUBSCRIBED

This event was rapidly fully-subscribed, we have published the notes below.

Location: Prince Philip House, 3 Carlton House Terrace, London, SW1Y 5DG

Learning objectives: As part of its continuing program of professional development seminars and conferences, 5 Stone Buildings held a half-day conference to consider and discuss the many recent decisions and notable developments in the field of joint property.

This is a subject at the core of 5 Stone Buildings’ work, spanning several key practice areas.

The conference addressed issues faced by clients and professionals, bringing the benefit of the speakers’ considerable expertise across a wide range of personal and real property considerations.

Conference Programme:

The conference ran from 9.15am to 12.30pm, including a coffee break and panel discussion.

8.30am: A light breakfast

9.00am: Introduction by Henry Legge QC

9.05am: Henry Legge QC and Luke Harris on Co-ownership of Chattels

• When joint interests in chattels arise
• Different types of joint interests
• Protecting and executing joint interests

9.40am: Simon Douglas on Recent Developments in Family Property

10.15am: A 30 minute coffee break

10.45am: Louisa Nye on Joint Ownership and Registered Land: Common Problems and Practical Solutions

11.20am: Miranda Allardice and William East on Constructive versus Resulting Trust:
Confusion or Clarity?

12.00pm: Plenary Session

12.30pm: Close