About this Event
Date: Saturday 19th October 2019
Time: 9:00am – 3:30pm
Location: Edgbaston Park Hotel & Conference Centre, 53 Edgbaston Park Road, Birmingham, B15 2RS
Come and listen to leasehold-to-freehold specialist Mark Adcock of Adcocks Solicitors talk to you about your rights as a leaseholder.
He’ll tell you how to:
- Extend the lease of your flat and NEVER pay ground rent again
- Reduce your Service Charge
- Take control of the management of your building and the ownership of it
- Get the freehold of your house at a price that’s affordable
- He will also talk to you about how the law may be changing
This event is FREE but space is limited and you must register for a ticket to secure your place. Book now to avoid disappointment or call all our office on 01543 442100.
Mark and his colleagues will talk about your rights as a leaseholder; you will hear the truth in easy to understand language and our team will be available to answer all your questions on the day.
Book the full day or just the session you’re interested in.
9:00 – 9:45am – Registration
LEASE EXTENSION 10:00 – 10:45am
CLINIC 10:45 – 11:30am
Worried about the length of the lease of your flat? Let’s tell you how to go about getting it extended and never pay ground rent again – including Question and Answer session.
RTM V RTE 11:30am – 12:45pm
CLINIC 12:45 – 1:30pm
Are you paying too much service charge on your flat? Are you unhappy with the management of the building? Unclear about how your money is being spent? Let’s show you how you can slash the cost, get to the bottom of what you’re paying for and get control and even displace your freeholder – including Question and Answer session.
BUYING YOUR F/H 2:00 – 2:45pm
CLINIC 2:45 – 3:30pm
Get the freehold of your leasehold house at a price that’s fair – even if your freeholder is missing – including Question and Answer session.
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Mark Adcock is the third generation of the Adcock family to have worked in the practice. Whilst having had experience in most areas of private practice, his current specialism is Leasehold Reform work, where he acts for both landlords and tenants across the UK. Mark has completed many substantial property transactions including projects in Leicester, Lynton in Devon and London. Of this specialist area of work, Mark regularly deals with missing freehold cases and complex enfranchisement work.
Mark was awarded the Broderip and Easterbrook prizes in the Law Society’s final examinations for his results in the conveyancing law papers and is regarded as somewhat of a perfectionist in his work. “The job isn’t done until every detail is resolved!” he says.
Mark is presently working part time for the Law Commission, a statutory independent body which advises the Government on possible areas of the law for reform.
The Law Commission is undertaking a complete review of the law relating to Leasehold Reform (amongst other things) and Mark has been asked to help with this task given his extensive experience in this area.