The impacts of the Airbnb case for mortgage lenders masterclass
21 September 2017
|Time:||9:45am – 12:45pm|
|Venue:||Pinners Hall, London|
|Price:||£55 (VAT exempt) members members|
|£99 (VAT exempt) associates|
|£129 (VAT exempt) non-members|
About this event
This masterclass discussed the outcomes of the Nemcova v Fairfield Rents Ltd (Airbnb ruling) along with the impacts of the case for mortgage lenders.
- Explanation of the decision in Nemcova v Fairfield Rents Ltd  UKUT 0303
- Discussion of applicability to mortgagees;
- The impact of AirBnB lettings on mortgage conditions
- How mortgagees can protect their security where their borrower is in breach of their lease
This event was aimed at:
Solicitors, receivers, conveyancers and anyone working in a lender in-house legal team or legal services.
Feedback from 2016 legal masterclass attendees:
"This has been an excellent event, I find this depth of detail and opportunity for discussion with council extremely valuable"
"Both articulate and explained all the questions in simple English"
"Very good – useful discussions. Relevant and lots of points to think about and consider"
"Really useful and good level of detail. Perfect duration too"
*This event was closed to press*
|0945 - 1015||
Registration and refreshments
|1015 - 1030||
|1030 - 1115||
|1115 - 1200||
What is next? Problems following Nemcova for mortgage lenders: A group discussion
|1200 - 1215||
|1215 - 1245||
Lunch and event close
Kerry Bretherton QC
Barrister, Tanfield Chambers
Kerry Bretherton works in the field of property, housing and public law relating to property issues. She is ranked in the Legal 500 2017 as “very easy to work with” and in 2016 as "A new silk with a track record of heavyweight cases". Chambers & Partners (2017) note she “has a long-standing reputation for public law and real estate litigation…She has significant experience of appearing before the Court of Appeal and Supreme Court,” and that she is "ferociously tenacious, she has incredible judgement and is willing to take on difficult cases and battle on where others would give up" (2016). She was also a member of the A Panel Government Counsel prior to appointment to silk. Examples of her mortgage possession work has included the Supreme Court case of McDonald v McDonald  UKSC 28;  3 W.L.R. 45.
Junior Barrister, Tanfield Chambers
Katie Gray is a junior barrister specialising in property litigation. She is interested in the legal effect of the sharing economy, and in particular, the rise of Airbnb-style lettings and the unintended consequences that often result. She frequently encounters Airbnb cases in her practice and has been approached by the national media to comment on the issues that arise when Airbnb goes wrong for property owners.
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