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Synonyms for conveyancing

act of transferring property title from one person to another

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"HM Land Registry's plan is the latest step towards e-conveyancing. With Home Information Packs due to become mandatory in June next year, and instructions, mortgage offers, searches, fund transfer and even contract exchange all predicted to go electronic in the near future, the good news is that much of the frustrating delay experienced by most buyers and sellers may soon be a thing of the past.
He said: 'The Land Registry is making a major investment in the matrix system, which is a positive step to improve e-conveyancing and really brings the process forward.
"The Land Registry's e-conveyancing idea is a much better one because it will mean anyone can track the progress of their survey online.
Also a graduate in law, Mr Khan specialises in advising clients on the ever changing house buying process, new legislation and developing the firm's e-conveyancing system.
The new, three-way strategy to overhaul home-buying will involve local searches, e-conveyancing and stronger redress against estate agents and others when things go wrong.
It has set out a three-way strategy to overhaul home buying involving Home Information Packs, local searches, e-conveyancing and stronger redress against estate agents and others when things go wrong.
He said: "Blythe Liggins is a niche firm in the conveyancing field and I am particularly looking forward to helping clients with the new home information packs and e-conveyancing."
The firm has also launched an employment law hotline and Employment Practices Liability Insurance and established a substantial volume conveyancing business based on e-conveyancing technology.
"The Government is actively encouraging e-conveyancing and the aim of online tracking is just the start of Harrison Clark's move towards the paperless conveyancing transaction and our aim is to make the process easier and stress free.
Electronic conveyancing, or e-conveyancing, will speed the process towards exchange, remove the gap between completion and registration, make clear any hold-ups in the chain, cater for simultaneous electronic funds transfer and be paperless.
Conveyancing is now subject to enormous change with the advent of Home Information Packs and e-conveyancing. I intend to ensure that we make the most of the opportunities that arise to provide a high-quality service to the local community in this challenging time.'
"E-conveyancing is expected to come in for buying, selling and registering land and property in about 2008," she said.
The association also said there was evidence that the Land Registry's e-conveyancing proposals would speed up the home buying and selling process, making HIPs redundant in this area.
Next year will see the introduction of e-conveyancing so clients can benefit from online case tracking.