For Legal provide you with a half-day masterclass that is packed full of insights and updates from one of the property professions' leading educators, Paul and Sarah Sams.

Conveyancing continues to undergo major changes. In particular, the Building Safety Act continue to cause problems and there are other additional burdens on conveyancers including climate risk and proposed changes to leasehold and the code for exchanging contracts.

Topics covered will include:

  • Building Safety Act
  • Leasehold Reform (Ground Rent) Act 2022
  • Building Regulations – a refresher
  • The new TA6 Form and material information
  • Leasehold Reform Act/Leasehold and Freehold Reform Bill
  • Climate Risk in the conveyancing transaction
  • Draft code for signing and exchanging property contracts
  • AML update including recent regulatory decisions
  • Recent case law

This masterclass is aimed at property professionals and fee earners involved in both contentious and non-contentious property work.

Delegates should have a working understanding of Conveyancing matters. However this course is relevant for all levels, and could be picked up throughout anyone's professional career, regardless of experience.

After this session attendees will have an increased knowledge of the subject matter. Delegates will have an update on current issues, case law and statutory provisions and be able to apply the knowledge gained in the better provision of a service to the client.

This face-to-face training course consists of a presentation on the day, printed and digital lecture notes to refer to during and after the event.

You will be able to actively listen to the course, ask questions to the speaker on the day, and interact with sponsors.

Maximise learning whilst spending minimal time away from your desk. This half-day conference provides you with 4 hours of learning.

Attendees will receive a certificate of completion after the event closure.

Arrival at 12pm for lunch, the masterclass begins at 12:30pm and ends at 4:30pm.

The ticket price includes 4 hours of CPD at the event, unlimited access to free CPD content at, a sandwich lunch upon arrival and a tea & coffee break in the afternoon.

Of course! Once you select the event, you will have the option to select the number of tickets you want to purchase, then you can follow the instructions on screen. Once your payment has been processed, you will then be asked to assign the tickets to the delegates attending. Each delegate will then receive an email with instructions on how to finalise their booking.

Simply get in touch with to request an invoice, you will need to let us know which event you are booking and how many attendees you need to book.


12:00 - 12:30
Welcome and Lunch
12:30 - 14:10
A Conveyancing Law Update
14:10 - 14:30
Sponsor Talks
14:30 - 14:50
Afternoon Break
14:50 - 16:30
A Conveyancing Law Update

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Event Information

£69 + VAT

Malmaison Liverpool,
7 William Jessop Way,
L3 1QZ
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The ticket price includes:

  • 4 hours of CPD at the event
  • comprehensive notes
  • additional resources
  • access to free CPD content at
  • a sandwich lunch upon arrival 
  • tea & coffee break in the afternoon
There are only 4 tickets remaining, please reduce your required quantity below this number.
  • Paul Sams

    About the speaker

    Paul Sams

    Paul decided he wanted to be a solicitor at seven years old. Since then he has become an award winning nationally recognised expert in the field of residential property having been asked to lecture other lawyers across the Country.

    Paul has also been invited to speak on more than one occasion for Housing Associations and the RICS as well as other groups to help to educate other lawyers. Paul also deals with residential development work from site acquisition through to plot sales.

    His niche areas of work include New Build property work, Equity Release mortgages and leasehold enfranchisement (all of which he has written a book about for the legal profession) but predominantly his work involves property developers.

  • Sarah Sams

    About the speaker

    Sarah Sams

    With over 20 years; experience in residential conveyancing, I have been specialising in shared ownership for the last 14 years. Having initially worked for a regional law firm, who acted for several registered providers, I have seen transactions from both sides and understand how the process works from a registered provider’s point of view as well.

    I have been asked to provide training to housing associations and also undertake training for other lawyers in this specialist area.

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