From time to time during the conveyancing process, title defects may come to light, or…
The start of February was dominated by the CA’s Annual Conference & Dinner which focused specifically on what the future might look like for conveyancing firms and the models they might want to adopt in order to survive and thrive within a changing environment. Our post-Conference press release was picked up by a number of publications and we have used our regular articles to draw out some of the content that was under discussion at a highly successful day in South Wales.
Much of the focus in the latter stages of February has been around what the Budget might bring, and not only do we have a new Chancellor but a new Housing Minister. It will be interesting to see exactly what housing market measures are announced on the 11th March and how they impact on conveyancers. We’re also interested to hear specifics around leasehold reform and what the Government might have planned in areas such as reservation agreements and the provision of upfront information. March looks likely to be a very lively month.
Full details of all coverage in February can be found below:
“Single source of property truth to be piloted within weeks” – with comments from Beth Rudolf
How will tech change the conveyancing process? – article mentions CA
2020 – a year of leasehold reform
Conveyancing 2025 & Beyond – article from Beth Rudolf
Cover feature: 2030 vision – includes comments from Eddie Goldsmith
The new era of conveyancing – article mentions CA
‘Big Thinking’ Housing Spring Budget Required – article mentions CA
TSB clamps down on ground rent and estate fees – with comments from Beth Rudolf