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If you are a landlord or agent, you are probably still reeling after all the legal changes over the past two years – section 21, tenancy deposits and the right to rent rules to name but a few.

However the changes look set to continue in 2017.  How can you keep up?

One way is to attend the Landlord Law Conference – sponsored by TDS, this is the ONLY major conference dedicated to updating you on legal changes.

We have ten talks, all from specialist speakers – solicitors, barristers and experienced trainers on topics such as tenancy agreements, right to rent, letting agent regulation, possession proceedings and HMOs.

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Our speakers include David Smith, Policy Director of the Residential Landlords Association and David Cox, managing director of ARLA.

We also have a select exhibitors’ area featuring industry stalwarts such as ARLA, Envirovent, Alan Boswell Insurance, the Property Redress Scheme – and LandlordZONE.

The Conference is also a great day out, and our delegates always enjoy themselves, picking speakers and exhibitors’ brains, meeting new contacts, and networking.

This year the Conference will take place at the wonderful Sprowston Manor Hotel and Country Club, just outside Norwich.  It’s probably our best venue yet.  If you live at a distance – why not stay over for a few days (special rates are available) and enjoy the weekend exploring Norfolk?  (Watch the videos on our Conference website to find more).

The cost is £204 per person (incl VAT), which is not bad for 5 hours CPD, detailed speaker’s notes, delegates bag and refreshments, not to mention a massive injection of enthusiastic learning!

The Landlord Law Conference will take place on Friday 19th May.  Find out more and book your place at www.lllconf.com

Please Note: This Article is 3 years old. This increases the likelihood that some or all of it's content is now outdated.

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