CLC hopes to develop ‘specialist’ service after strong 2015

New routes to qualification will open up further access to the legal profession

17 Feb 2016

The Council for Licensed Conveyancers (CLC) is hoping to build upon a successful 2015 by improving the service and protection it currently provides customers.

In its annual report, the CLC reflected on changes to its regulatory activity last year which included streamlining the licence renewal process and revising the anti-money laundering regime.

Significantly, the council managed to achieve a vote of confidence from parliament in securing the power to issue stand-alone licenses to probate specialists.

In 2016, the CLC hopes to push on and has outlined three major strategic projects in its business plan for the yea...

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