We responded to the government's consultation on improving the energy performance of mortgaged properties to reduce emissions.
We're responded to the government's consultation on changes to the Electronic Communications Code.
We've responded to the government's consultation on the National Planning Policy Framework and National Model Design Code.
From 1 April 2021, different rates of stamp duty land tax (SDLT) will apply to purchasers of residential property who are not resident in the UK.
The Law Society is piloting plans to make key information available at a much earlier stage in the conveyancing process, with a new TA6 Part 1 form.
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We've summarised the key announcements and policies in the budget that will affect solicitors and their firms.
We welcomed news the government will prevent a cliff edge end to the stamp duty land tax (SDLT) holiday by tapering the scheme.
Leading conveyancing organisations are working together as the Conveyancing Task Force to discuss reform of the conveyancing process for the benefit of consumers and lawyers.
Urgent action is needed to prevent tens of thousands of property market transactions collapsing at the cliff-edge end of the stamp duty holiday.
Firms need to check whether they need to register as doing tax advice work to fulfil their obligations under the money laundering regulations.