The Council for Licensed Conveyancers (CLC) has announced it is freezing regulatory fees for the third successive year.
Individual licences have once again been fixed at £400 while entity fees will continue to be based on a calculation of a firm's turnover.
The CLC has also confirmed plans to streamline the way it meets its core responsibility of consumer protection through the regulation of specialist property lawyers.
The council recently secured the power to issue stand-alone licences to probate practitioners and will soon be announcing major changes to arrangements for education leading to licence as a CLC lawy...
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