New specialist land registration practice launches
In association with Lexares LLP: Frances Rooney sets out on her own
It has recently been announced that Frances Rooney has moved on from Harper Macleod, where she was head of Land Registration. Frances has been a prolific speaker and author on all matters of property law and land registration, with over 50 CPD events and written works to her name, including her authorship last year of the second reissue of the Conveyancing title in the Stair Memorial Encyclopaedia.
Having established herself as one of Scotland’s leading experts on all matters relating to land registration, and been recognised for her efforts by the Scottish Legal Awards, Frances has now taken the leap towards establishing a new practice, Lexares LLP.
Lexares will provide the profession and landowners alike with a full suite of land registration services, from voluntary registration to rectifications, as well as a property law consultancy providing opinion work on title conditions, boundaries, competing rights and other core fundamentals. In addition it will host CPD events throughout Scotland.
Frances will remain a member of the various committees, working parties and stakeholder groups of the Law Society of Scotland and Registers of Scotland on which she has been assisting over the last few years.
The inaugural conference hosted by Lexares will be in the Grand Central Hotel at Central Station, Glasgow on 31 October, the last day of the CPD year.
Lexares has secured a hard hitting lineup of speakers – Austin Lafferty, Donald Reid, Andrew Steven of the Scottish Law Commission, Robert Sutherland from Terra Firma, Cheine + Tait, Registers of Scotland and of course Frances herself. The topics covered will include case law update, risk management, missives, land registration, LBTT, and a look at current and recent consultations on leases, title conditions and securities.
As it is the launch conference for Lexares, it is being offered at a special rate of £160 per delegate for the full day including lunch, networking and exhibition. Early bird tickets are £120 and members of the Law Society’s Sole Practitioner Group can attend for £110.
Tickets are available here.