From time to time during the conveyancing process, title defects may come to light, or…
After an incredibly busy 2017, the CA kicks off 2018 in fine fettle with plenty of activity and a range of opportunities to feed into the Government work on improving the home-buying process, but also to continue our own Strategic Plan work streams in order to deliver in the areas we want to see change in.
Of course, there is huge cross-over there, and indeed it was very pleasing to see the ‘Call for Evidence’ responses from a number of other organisations agreeing with the CA in a great many areas. An industry which works together has a much better chance of delivering the change it wants to see.
In terms of media in January, the CA has set its stall out for 2018 via a number of our regular articles in the trade press, plus our work has been picked up by other stakeholders and a number of publications. Currently, we have an ongoing joint survey with HM Land Registry seeking views on Landlord/Management Company restrictions, we will continue to be involved in the ESTAs, plus the Conveyancing Foundation helped member, Convey Law, raise over £300k for the Ty Hafan’s Children Hospice – excellent news to begin the year with.
Full details of all coverage in January can be found below:
Monthly round-up – mentions Conveyancing Association
CA website – Eddie Goldsmith regular blog
Fraud in the conveyancing sector – mentions Conveyancing Association
Interview with John Abbott, HMLR – comments from Eddie Goldsmith
Beth Rudolf comments at CLC Conference
The ESTAs announce new partners for 2018 Awards
Is the Land Registry about to drag property purchasing into the 21st Century? Eddie Goldsmith regular article
2018: Key issues facing conveyancers – mentions the Conveyancing Association