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Conveyancing Foundation and Convey Law provide 11-year old with ‘gift of independence’

Convey Law, the Newport-based law firm, today announced it has raised funds through the Conveyancing Foundation Free Legal Fee Competition to purchase a specially adapted recumbent bicycle for 11-year old, Evan Hale. Evan suffers from cerebral palsy, which affects his balance and mobility. His two older brothers are very active and ride their bikes at […]

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Conveyancing Association launch new Cyber Newsletter

The Conveyancing Association (CA), the leading trade body for the conveyancing industry, has today (1st June 2017) launched its new Cyber Newsletter covering off a whole host of topical cyber-related issues and providing tangible advice and support to conveyancing firms to help tackle and prevent cyber fraud. The newsletter, put together with the support of […]

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Our News Coverage | May 2017

May has been dominated by the General Election campaign in news circles however this has clearly generated plenty of interest in the CA’s White Paper/Strategic Plan and how it fits into the potential conveyancing process reforms that should be set in train post-June 8th. Key areas of our Strategic Plan continue to develop as we […]

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Conveyancing Association welcomes political endorsement of home buying process changes

The Conveyancing Association (CA), the leading trade body for the conveyancing industry, has today (25th May 2017) welcomed the recent political endorsement of its plans to modernise the home buying process stressing that ‘19th Century conveyancing is not fit for 21st Century customers’. The CA expressed support for all political parties who have outlined the […]

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Pay up or the data gets it

Last year, security firm Malwarebytes revealed that 54 per cent of UK businesses had experienced a ransomware attack. What’s clear from their wider report is that this type of attack is increasing in frequency and is deployed indiscriminately; it has affected companies and institutions as varied as the BBC, NHS hospitals, the Houses of Parliament, […]

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CA responds to Nationwide’s announcement on changes to its new-build leasehold policy

Below are some comments from Beth Rudolf, Director of Delivery at The Conveyancing Association (CA) on today’s announcement by Nationwide Building Society of its changes to its new-build leasehold lending policy: “The CA are very supportive of any initiative which will curb the current inequalities between landlord and leaseholder.  Unambiguous instructions within the CML Lender’s […]