The announcment comes following CLC's summer consultation 

The Council for Licensed Conveyancers (CLC) has announced its regulated firms will not suffer any increase in application fees, licence fees and regulatory fee rates in the next year.

The announcement follows an open consultation conducted this summer, which asked firms to respond on five areas: turnover bandings, practice fee rates, compensation fund contribution rates, Office for Legal Complaints (OLC) levy and individual practice certificate cost.

All practices are required to pay the practice fee, OLC levy and compensation fund contribution as a condition of licence.

When consulted on the proposals, respondents were in favour of not making any additional changes to the application fees, licence fees and regulatory f...

Suzanne Townley
News Editor
Solicitors Journal

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