I’m writing this on the longest day of the year – the Summer Solstice –…
March was a significant month for the CA and indeed the whole industry as we secured cross-industry support for a new Freehold Management Enquiries form. There are too many to mention here but the support of all those organisations means that we now have an industry solution to help provide the upfront information required in this space and the media picked up on its importance and the fact that so many trade bodies/groups, etc, worked together in order to bring it to ‘market’.
In other areas, our media focus has remained on key parts of the CA’s work stream not least the delivery of upfront information in order to improve the home buying and selling process plus our continued support to firms in terms of helping them fight fraud, and in helping their clients protect themselves against fraudulent activity.
April will also be a major month for the Association with the AGM taking place at the House of Commons along with both the Legal Members and the All Members Meeting. It promises to be an informative day and will set up our media activity for the next few months.
Full details of all coverage in March can be found below:
New rules for conveyancing – comments from Beth Rudolf
Property surveys and the changing role of surveyors – mentions the CA
Prepare for change with reservation agreements on the horizon – Conveyancing Association – regular article by Beth Rudolf
Emma Hall joins Gordons Property Lawyers – mentions the CA
Some conveyancers “too close to developer clients”, MPs warn – comments from Beth Rudolf
Taking the fight to the fraudsters – Paul Smee regular website blog
Upfront information will be crucial to the future of buying and selling – Beth Rudolf article