This area is for commercial property practitioners and provides latest advice and information about commercial real estate.
The Law Society is seeking comments on the recently published Consumer Protection Regulations for conveyancing practice note.
The Law Society recommends completing second homes and buy-to-let purchases before 1 April in anticipation of the potential changes.
The Land Registry portal, Business Gateway and Find a property will be unavailable from 6:30pm on 4 March to 6am on 7 March.
The Law Society has produced a high-level guide aimed at consumers who are considering buying a flat.
The new practice note aims to inform solicitors about the impact of the regulations and their obligations to consumers in a conveyancing transaction.
The purpose of this practice note is to alert you to the new guidance in relation to the CPRs and its implications for practice.
The aim of the revisions is to improve the quality and consistency of information provided by local authorities.
The Law Society's revised Flood risk practice note reflects increased concerns over homes and businesses in flood-prone areas.
The updated CON29 forms are now available to view on our website.
We have launched a new webpage to help firms protect themselves against being scammed and providing support if they have fallen victim to fraudsters.
Peter Farrington looks at some of the ways in which an investigator can help in possession proceedings.
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The committee reviews and promotes improvements in all branches of land law, conveyancing procedure and other related matters.
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