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September has been a significant month for the Association with the launch of a brand new protocol, the Digital Conveyancing Protocol, and the refresh of our existing Technical Protocol, off the back of the Digital document. Both Protocols work in tandem together however the Digital Conveyancing one is designed to outline the range of digital options/solutions/products, etc, which are currently available and can be utilised right now by conveyancing firms.
It contains a raft of recommendations that firms can follow, and hopefully as a result of this, members will want to follow both the Digital Protocol and the Technical document, which in turn should speed up the home buying and selling process for all.
For those who didn’t pick up on the launch of the Digital Protocol specifically, there are a raft of links below plus we would urge you to read Nicky Heathcote’s website blog and Beth Rudolf’s article in Today’s Conveyancer which cover this in more detail.
Full details of all coverage in September can be found below:
Binding offers backed by AI “could end conveyancing uncertainty” – mentions Beth Rudolf and CA
The DPMSG is necessary – and it deserves the industry support – article from Beth Rudolf
News focus: Upfront property information – a jungle of words: contains comments from Beth Rudolf
Common ‘about control, not service charges’ – contains comments from Beth Rudolf
The digital future is already here – the CA can help you grasp it
Unlocking the potential of Upfront Information in conveyancing – article from Beth Rudolf
News focus: Commonhold is the ‘only way forward’ – but how? Contains comments from Beth Rudolf