Category: Conveyancing Association News

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The CLC & SQA Release Conveyancing Market Report

Industry regulator, the Council for Licensed Conveyancers (CLC), and the Scottish Qualifications Authority (SQA) have jointly produced a market report for conveyancing firms. The report, titled Conveyancing and property law: a changing landscape, references some of the key areas of change in the sector. The first noticeable trend is the changing skills landscape, whereby degree […]

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Our News Coverage | July 2019

We cannot deny that, politically at least, July was an incredibly eventful month, with a new Prime Minister, followed swiftly by a new Secretary of State at the MHCLG and a new Housing Minister. Clearly, all three have only been in position a matter of weeks so it’s difficult to gauge how they might differ […]

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Conveyancing Association comment on Labour Party report, ‘Ending the scandal: Labour’s new deal for leaseholders’

Below is a comment from the Conveyancing Association on today’s Labour Party report entitled, ‘Ending the scandal: Labour’s new deal for leaseholders’. Beth Rudolf, Director of Delivery at the CA, said: “We are delighted to see that the Labour Party has published a robust set of proposals as this confirms that leasehold reform is a […]

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Inflexion invests in UK provider of tech‐enabled conveyancing solicitors – CA member firm, O’Neill Patient

Inflexion Private Equity has completed an investment in CA member firm,  O’Neill Patient Solicitors LLP (“ONP”), the UK’s leading B2B tech‐enabled provider of property and remortgage conveyancing services. The investment is being made by Inflexion Buyout Fund V, Inflexion’s dedicated mid‐market fund. As part of this investment, Inflexion Private Equity has also acquired Grindeys – […]

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Our News Coverage | June 2019

June has proven to be a very significant month for the CA, with our PSB and Legal/All Member Meetings on the 26th coinciding with some very significant announcements from the Secretary of State for the DCLG on a variety of leasehold issues. Alongside outlawing developers from offering leasehold houses through the Help to Buy scheme, […]

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Affiliate member Howden on the need for cyber insurance

Cyber Security is an increasingly widespread issue in all businesses globally, both large and small. The new digital era has created more opportunities for cyber-criminals, as increasingly business is undertaken online. Conveyancing firms are proving particular targets due to the large amounts of money they transact and sensitive data they hold; The Council for Licensed […]

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Our News Coverage | May 2019

The CA tends to focus on a number of key messages in the media, all coming from the work streams that the Association is involved in, many of which are focused on ensuring a far better home-moving process for all stakeholders. May was no different in that we used our regular articles and many of […]


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