conveyancing


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Synonyms for conveyancing

act of transferring property title from one person to another

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It claimed nonlawyer conveyancers would not operate in such areas simply because they would need a larger base of clientele to support a business that just provided conveyancing services.
The top five activities respondents mistakenly believe are carried out by conveyancing solicitors: 1 Arrange a survey (54 per cent), 2 Negotiate the price of a property (16 per cent), 3 Negotiate mortgage rate with broker (11 per cent), 4 Recommend a removals firm (4 per cent), 5 Arrange your will (4 per cent) Due to the greater complexity of leasehold conveyancing, the process is more costly than it is with freehold property.
In the current slowdown, it is vital we seek out new ways of simplifying and speeding up the conveyancing process.
In one of the book's strongest chapters, Ross attends to "Shakespeare's veritable fantasia on the theme of fraudulent conveyancing, The Merry Wives of Windsor" (ca.
Mr Williams said: "I am extremely pleased to become equity partner at HardingEvans and look forward to working closely with the management board, as well as contributing to the ongoing growth of the residential conveyancing department and the success of the firm.
They help law firms of all shapes and sizes around the country to modernise their conveyancing offering, process more matters, improve communication and collaboration, reduce risk and manage compliance whilst providing a great customer experience along the way.
Caroline Clayton-Ridley joins as a conveyancing executive bringing with her a wealth of experience and excellent customer service skills having worked in residential conveyancing for more than 20 years.
Julie Bray, Head of Conveyancing at Bone & Payne LLP, added: "We are very proud of the fact that we are one of the first firms in England and Wales to achieve the award.
Nicola said: "For the firm to be recognised by the Law Society's Conveyancing Quality Scheme puts Latimer Hinks at the forefront of residential property law in the Darlington area and at the head of the field within the Tees Valley.
I have enjoyed working for Gordon Brown for the past four years and hope to continue developing the residential conveyancing division alongside Geoff Hall and the team.
Charles & Co Solicitors in Birmingham has added a new string to its bow by securing membership to the Law Society's Conveyancing Quality Scheme - the mark of excellence for the home buying process.
Users of the Conveyancing Alliance portal ranked law firms on several service standards including communication levels, speed of delivery and client feedback.
A WARWICKSHIRE solicitor is warning home buyers not to get lured in by seemingly cheap conveyancing deals on price comparison websites.
The company provides its clients with a high-speed conveyancing system, with specialist departments undertaking specific tasks throughout the conveyancing process.
The fifth annual national LFS Conveyancing Conference and Awards featured regional categories and awards for best direct conveyancer, best conveyancing firm as voted by estate agents, best young conveyancer, best website and marketing and use of social media and the best overall conveyancing firm of the year.