In house fees will depend on the time required in both research and delivery. To purchase a uniquely tailored training day for one off use you will need to budget for £3000 plus VAT (ie 20 delegates @ £150 each.)

However it is often possible to build a day for your own use on existing modules which substantially reduces the cost. If a mainstream presentation is required such as Topical Residential Issues and you would like this to be held in your own office then the fee will be in the order of £1200 plus VAT (ie 20 delegates @ £60 each.) Reimbursement of reasonable travel and accommodation expenses (if needed) payable by agreement.

All In House courses are delivered at a venue provided and paid for by you. Notes are emailed to you 4 days in advance and you print the copies needed. You also receive a PowerPoint of the slides for further internal use if you wish. Copyright in the Notes and Slides remain with AAC Law Ltd and must not be reproduced outside of your office. The presentation may be relayed by video link to other branches of your Firm but a supplement is payable depending on numbers benefiting from the link.

Fees are payable within 14 days of the presentation and VAT is in addition.

All the documentation that is provided for use on any course has been prepared solely for the benefit of delegates. It is designed to be part of the presentation and not to stand on its own. It provides an outline of the provisions of various materials including legislation and case law. It obviously cannot be exhaustive. It contains many points of law that have been reduced to broad statements for the purposes of brevity and to aid explanation and understanding. Please note that, in particular, the facts of cases considered have often been significantly abbreviated to highlight the relevant principle of law that is being considered. Therefore, this may mean that not every aspect of a case is covered. Please refer to the case report itself for a detailed exposition of all the facts and the relevant law.

In general, please ensure you always refer to original sources or one of the standard works on this subject area for further guidance. In particular this material must not be used for giving advice to clients. Please note that any comments that may be made during the course or later are not to be interpreted as being advice on specific transactions or client-related matters. If any comments are made relating to such matters they will be an expression of academic opinion only and these must not be construed as advice.

No responsibility for any loss or consequential loss occasioned to any person as a result of this documentation can be accepted by Andrew Crawford, any other presenter or AAC Law Ltd.

The material is subject to copyright and please do not copy or distribute it without consent.