TC27: THE PROCEDURAL AND TECHINCAL ISSUES OF SECTION 20
SUSPENSION OF ARMA TRAINING FOR MARCH AND APRIL 2020
After careful monitoring of the development and the spread of Covid-19 taking into account the health and safety of our members and employee’s, we at ARMA have taken the decision to suspend all training courses with immediate effect until the end of April 2020.
For those who have booked places to attend our training courses we will refund payment back to the card used at the time of booking.
New courses dates for all our training courses will be arranged in due course, and we will circulate these by the usual means which does mean that you will need to re-book to attend the training courses.
I am sure that you will also support us in this difficult decision that we at ARMA needed to prioritise the health and safety of all and minimise the spread of the virus.
Please accept our sincere apologies for any inconvenience this may cause
Should you have any further queries please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org
09:30 – 17:00
Manchester, M3 2EQ
A one day practical workshop covering the requirements and procedures of Section 20 (qualifying works and qualifying long term agreements), exemptions, OJEU Public Notices and the growing body of Case Law.
THE COURSE COVERS:
- When consultation is required
- The Regulations - 5 variations on a theme!
- Requirements of Notices to satisfy each of the Regulations
- The sequence of events and timescales
- Minimum requirements and best practice
- "Service" of the Notices/proof of service
- Raising the funds-v-adequate reserve fund
- Qualifying Long Term Agreements: managing agents' contracts; CHP systems; 5 year limit
- New developments and public sector partnering regimes
- Private Landlord's Consultation with RSL/Housing Associations in the light of 'Oakfern-v-Ruddy'
- Use of Tribunal applications for dispensation/Section 20(1)/20ZA
- The nomination by leaseholders of unsuitable and/or numerous contractors
- Summarising "observations" - how far do you go?
- Choice of contractor, implications of not using the cheapest
- Consequences of non-compliance for managing agents - client management and risk reduction
WHO SHOULD ATTEND?
- Property managers or assistant property managers with some experience of advising clients on and processing Section 20s.
- It's also useful for managers who would like a refresher on (or introduction to) the required procedures of Section 20
- Those who would like to address the practical issues, problems and complications that can arise during and after the Section 20 procedure.
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