Given that National Trading Standards published its Material Information Parts B&C Guidance for stakeholders, there…
Next week we have the 2024 CA Annual Conference and Charity Dinner taking place in Manchester and we hope to see as many members, affiliates and stakeholders attending, for what is sure to be a fantastic series of seminars, presentations, not forgetting the evening entertainment.
Earlier this month we outlined the full Conference agenda and in her monthly blog, our Non-Exec Chair, Nicky Heathcote, outlined all the reasons why you should be registering to attend if you’ve not yet done so. In February we will have plenty of coverage of the Conference itself and will be reviewing all the sessions and the learnings we can all take away from the day.
January has been a busy month. Anecdotal evidence suggests the housing market has seen a noticeable pick-up and we hope this continues throughout the rest of the year.
During the month the CA also updated our Estate Agent Best Practice Guide – details below – and in a number of articles we highlighted how important collaboration between all property professionals is in order to ensure we get an excellent and timely process for consumers. Please read Beth Rudolf’s articles in both Today’s Conveyancer and Mortgage Solutions on this very topic.
Full details of all coverage in January can be found below:
Solicitors urged to reinforce cyber security after UK house purchases derailed – with comments from Beth Rudolf
Leasehold and Freehold Reform Bill Select Committee – appearance by Beth Rudolf
Parliament Live TV (from 16:03)
Legal Eye sponsors at this year’s Conveyancing Association Conference
2024 and all eyes turn to the CA Annual Conference & Charity Dinner – blog by Nicky Heathcote
Estate agent best practice conveyancing guide updated
Compare My Move at Conveyancing Association conference
‘So, what difference does it make?’ – blog by Beth Rudolf
Collaboration fundamental to improving the home buying process – Rudolf