Property to the people: making commonhold mainstream

It’s time new rules were introduced to make commonhold a popular ownership model, says Bet

07 Mar 2019

In a spin

Anti-money laundering procedures are going under the microscope in 2019. Hannah Gannagé-Stewart looks at why no firm is exempt from needing top-notch

01 Mar 2019

Conveyancing Association updates fraud protocols

The Conveyancing Association (CA) has updated its Cyberfraud and Fraud Protocol including feedback from the National Cyber Security Centr

04 Feb 2019

Seeing through price transparency

Canny conveyancers have long understood the benefits of price transparency, argues Paul Hajek; it’s just a shame the regulators still don’t see how in

02 Feb 2019

Housing court proposals met with scepticism

Government proposals to establish a specialist housing court in the hope of reducing delays have been met with scepticism by the Civil Justice Council

25 Jan 2019

Conveyancers warned to stay alive to property fraud threat

Be on the lookout for ‘suspicious behaviour’, says Chancer

12 Sep 2017

Conveyancer referred to tribunal after £1.2m goes missing from client account

SRA alleges East London solicitor made improper transfers and failed to redeem propert

07 Sep 2017

Conveyancing transactions drop to lowest in three years

Mid market firms hit hardest with 45 per cen

07 Sep 2017

Shortlist for conveyancer customer service awards revealed

Over 5,000 customers provide 125,000 pieces of data relating to home movin

06 Sep 2017