An Introduction to Residential Leasehold Conveyancing

Brought to you by Today's Training and IQ Legal Training

Tuesday May 31st, 2022

1:00 pm - 2:00 pm


Live and On-Demand. Recorded versions of all sessions are available. You can book on and catch up on sessions that have already run.

Following the hugely popular Residential Conveyancing for Support Staff course, IQ Legal Training and Today’s Conveyancer are pleased to offer this 5 part course introducing the leasehold conveyancing process.

This series of online training courses is a continuation of the Residential Conveyancing for Support Staff course or a stand alone training course for any practitioner new to leasehold conveyancing.

Across five practical webinars, expert speaker Ian Quayle will cover

  • The difference between freehold and leasehold conveyancing
  • The leasehold conveyancing process
  • The key features of a residential lease
  • An overview of the duties and obligations of a leaseholder and landlord
  • An overview of a shared ownership lease transaction

Extensive course notes will be provided. Delegates who complete the course will be provided with a Certificate of Attendance 

Please note, the course fee is per person

Who Should Attend

  • This webinar is suitable for support staff, paralegals, new recruits, and anyone new to residential leasehold conveyancing.

Course Dates

All courses will run from 13:00 for one hour unless otherwise stated. All sessions will be available to view live and will be recorded for review if you are unable to attend the live date. By registering for the first session you will automatically be registered for the full course and receive ongoing reminders of upcoming sessions and joining instructions.

  • 3rd May
  • 10th May
  • 17th May
  • 24th May
  • 31st May


  • Beginner


Speaker: Ian Quayle

Ian qualified as a solicitor and worked in private practice for 12 years specialising in property law matters generally including residential development work, commercial acquisitions and disposals.

Since 1998 he worked in house and as a consultant for national house builders and national and international property developers advising on all aspects of property, landlord and tenant ,transactional and management issues.

For the last 16 years Ian has provided legal training to the legal profession throughout England. This has in the main been provided via in house courses, public courses and conferences on behalf the largest provider of legal training services in the United Kingdom as well as providing training privately to firms and organisations. He has delivered over 1500 courses in that time.

Registrations for this event is now closed.