Event: Contentious Probate Update, Bath 20-11-18



St John’s Chambers, Royds Withy King and Mogers Drewett welcome you to their annual seminar in Bath, which aims to bring practitioners up to speed with all the latest developments in the world of contentious probate.

This seminar 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.

CPD – 2.5 hours, Accreditation – BSB and SRA

When

Tuesday 20 November 2018, 2.00pm – 5.20pm

Where

Royds Withy King office (click for Google Map)
Midland Bridge House, Midland Bridge Road, Bath BA2 3FP

Timings

2.00 – 2.25pm – Registration and refreshments

2.25 – 2.30pm – Welcome and introduction from the Chair Charles Auld, Barrister, St John’s Chambers

2.30 – 3.00pm – Life on the farm in 2018: muck, brass and proprietary estoppel claims Amanda Noyce, Partner, Royds Withy King

3.00 – 3.30pm – Tricky issues in 1975 Act claims – a user’s guide Alex Troup, Barrister, St John’s Chambers

3.30 – 3.50pm – Afternoon tea

3.50 – 5.20pm – “Promises and pie crusts are made to be broken” Alex Troup, Christopher Jones, Oliver Wooding, Barristers, St John’s Chambers with
Amanda Noyce, Partner, Royds Withy King and Luke Watson, Partner, Mogers Drewett

This interactive scenario will involve facts giving rise to a proprietary estoppel claim and a 1975 Act claim. Delegates can use the knowledge they have gained in the first section and apply it to the scenario given whilst also exploring the procedural issues arising from running two claims.

5.20pm – Drinks and canapés

How to book

Please book your place via Eventbrite. Places are limited at this seminar so please book early to guarantee a place.

Costs – delegate fee: £45 + VAT (£54). The fee for this seminar includes the full conference pack and refreshments.

Cancellation: Any cancellations received with less than 7 days notice will not be entitled to a refund. This is to cover catering and administrative costs related to the seminar.