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Our News Coverage | May 2019

The CA tends to focus on a number of key messages in the media, all coming from the work streams that the Association is involved in, many of which are focused on ensuring a far better home-moving process for all stakeholders.

May was no different in that we used our regular articles and many of the comment/article requests to focus on these areas, namely improving lender communication and cutting down on post-valuation queries, working towards a far better leasehold process with a potential move to Commonhold, and helping firms (and their clients) combat potential fraud.

The future of conveyancing, and how firms might need to adapt, is an incredibly important topic and one that we’ll be discussing at our Policy & Strategy Board, Legal Member and All-Member meetings which will take place on the 27th June in London. We look forward to seeing you all there.

Full details of all coverage in May can be found below:


Law Commission recommend improved Right to Manage Legislation – includes comments from Beth Rudolf

2nd May

Today’s Conveyancer


The problems with incentivising stamp duty through downsizing – Beth Rudolf regular article

4th May

Estate Agent Today


Commercial conveyancing and cyber security: beyond the basics – mentions the CA’s Fraud Protocol

5th May

Today’s Conveyancer


The role advisers play in preventing conveyancing fraud – mentions the CA’s Fraud Protocol

9th May

Financial Reporter


Conveyancers echo broker desire to access lender decision makers – Conveyancing Association – regular article from Beth Rudolf

10th May

Mortgage Solutions


Conveyancing Association says progress is being made on key issues – Beth Rudolf regular article

14th May

Today’s Conveyancer


How can I enforce my neighbours’ lease? – Comments from Beth Rudolf and CA member firm, Quality Solicitors, Amphlett Lissimore

17th May

This is Money


A new communication tool claims to speed up property transactions – mentions the CA

23rd May

Today’s Conveyancer


20 predictions for the future of the search industry

30th May

TM Blog



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