Where and when:
2nd February 2017 from 4.30 p.m. to 6.10 p.m.
Court 7 of the Bristol Civil and Family Justice Centre, 2 Redcliff Street, Bristol, BS1 6GR.
There is no charge for attending this conference.
1 ½ hours.
How to book in for the conference :
If you would like to attend, please contact Kirsty Hey (Marketing Executive at Zenith Chambers) by email at KHey@zenithchambers.co.uk. You will asked to provide your name and contact details when booking in.
A bang up to date summary of the essentials that you need to know when conducting a cohabitation case, including:
APPLICATIONS UNDER ToLATA:
• Constructive Trusts
• Proprietary Estoppel
• Equitable accounting
• Procedure, focusing on the tricky area of costs in civil proceedings
• Relationship with family proceedings
APPLICATIONS UNDER SCHEDULE 1 OF THE CHILDREN ACT:
• Quantification of claims
• Costs funding
• Procedure where there is also a Tolata claim
Elizabeth Darlington and Laura Heaton.
Elizabeth Darlington practises and writes extensively in this area of law. She has a busy nationwide practice based at Zenith Chambers, Leeds and 1 Garden Court, London.
Laura Heaton is a highly respected member of the bar who practises from 29 Bedford Row, London and has particular expertise in matrimonial finance, Schedule 1 and cohabitation.
Book launch by lecturers – Sweet and Maxwell Ltd has just published the third edition of the practitioner’s text by Elizabeth Darlington and Laura Heaton – “Cohabitation and Trusts of Land” (with a preface by Sir Ernest Ryder and with His Honour Judge Wildblood QC as consultant editor).