Covers conveyancing and provides our latest advice and information on all matters relating to buying and selling residential property.
The conveyancing protocol is the Law Society’s preferred practice for residential conveyancing transactions. Members of the Law Society’s Conveyancing Quality Scheme are expected to follow the procedures for all freehold and leasehold conveyancing procedures.
Firms carrying on insurance distribution activities will need to change the way they work to adapt to the Insurance Distribution Directive.
I act for the buyer of a residential property. Which completion certificates are required from a seller pursuant to the Law Society Property Information Form (TA6)?
The Law Society has responded to the Financial Conduct Authority's mortgages market study interim report.
The Conveyancing and Land Law Committee (CLLC) recently responded to the Law Commission's call for evidence regarding commonhold.
Details of the Law Society interest rate as referred to in the Standard Conditions of Sale.
I act for a cash buyer in a conveyancing transaction and exchanged contracts last week. Unfortunately, my client has since died, and completion is due to take place next week. What should I do?
Our infographic shows the ongoing developments to improve the home buying and selling process.
The CON29M is a legal form that provides reports on coal mining information for conveyancing.
I act for clients in a conveyancing matter. The official copies show a charge in favour of the Law Society. Whom do I contact to get this discharged?
This practice note highlights some of the risks associated with house competitions in relation to illegal lotteries, fraud and money laundering.
From the Property Section: Brexit and property investment
A trusted first port of call for thousands of conveyancers. New edition now available to pre-order.
Our property community offers members access to CPD-accredited events, best practice and advice from specialist residential and commercial practitioners.
This unique new book examines the specific issues that may arise at different stages in the acquisition and conveyance of land
From the Property Section: Peter Rodd on management in conveyancing
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Useful specimen documents and forms for conveyancers.
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