Con 29 Enquiries of Local Authority: Practical Issues Arising from Key Questions on the Form

Con 29 Enquiries of Local Authority: Practical Issues Arising from Key Questions on the Form
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  • Released 7th Mar 2022
  • Stephen Desmond
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The most recent revision to the Con29 form resulted in many new and modified pre-contract questions for conveyancers to consider.

This presentation will consider some key issues that arise when advising a client on any adverse result in response to a Con29 question.

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Learning objectives:

  • The purpose of the new enquiries concerning listed buildings
  • Community Infrastructure Levy: liability, statutory notices, local land charge and enforcement measures
  • Enquiries about recorded public rights of way and legal orders associated with such rights
  • Sustainable Urban Drainage Systems & government policy
  • Questions concerning information deposited in connection with town and village greens


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Stephen Desmond

Legal Author and Solicitor • Desmond Training

Since 2004, Stephen Desmond has delivered more than 1,900 CPD events to lawyers from a variety of backgrounds, with a particular focus on flat and apartment leases and practical solutions. Delegates at these events have included practitioners from a variety of size of firms, ranging from sole practitioners to City Solicitors.

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