Conveyancing

SDLT surcharge: A difficult and unfair tax

The complexities of the new SDLT regime pose a number of traps for unwary conveyencers, warns Pau

How technology is evolving the conveyancing market

Firms that are prepared to make the move from manual processes towards an entirely electronic way of working will benefit in the long term, says Ada

A question of trust?

The importance for property professionals of recognising ‘red flags’ in conveyancing transactions is underlined by the recent decision in Purrunsing, write James Robins and Ivan Root

Conveyancing Association updates cybercrime protocol

Trade body chair wants more firms to meet require

Beware ‘excessive’ ground rent clauses, conveyancers told

Trade body calls for leasehold reform as Law Commission consider

The full extent of groundwater flood risk to property

GeoSmart explains how groundwater flooding causes more damage to property, but is the leas

Conveyancers hit hardest by Friday afternoon fraudsters

Solicitors should consider whether existing professional indemnity insurance i