After the earlier event in November was oversubscribed, we are running a second legal briefing in a larger venue.on Thursday, 26th February 2015 at 7pm at St Michael and All Angels Church Hall, Lansdowne Drive, London E8 3ER. You can book a free place online here http://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/meeting-legal-general-ii-tickets-15425159066 or contact firstname.lastname@example.org or 0118 321 4128.
Unsure about your legal rights as a boater? Want to know what the terms and conditions of the CRT licence mean? Boaters without a home mooring, especially those new to the waterways, need to understand their legal rights, and how these may differ from Canal and River Trust (CRT) guidance. At a time when CRT is increasing enforcement and proposing to change the licence terms and conditions, we all need to get to grips with what we should do if we receive a warning letter or are threatened with legal action.
The NBTA has a wealth of knowledge to share on these issues, built up over many years of advising boat dwellers and working directly with legal representatives. Join us for a legal briefing in London on Thursday 26th February 2015 where you can learn about your legal rights and what to do if you encounter CRT enforcement, and put your questions direct to NBTA’s experts.