Law is getting increasingly complex – not least the law and practice involved in the purchase and sales of houses and flats [you would be surprised at the increase in the number of traps for the unwary – for example if the house your buying or selling has a solar panels attached to the roof].
That’s why it’s important that the solicitors you appoint really know what they’re doing – and the best way of checking that is, whether they are members of the right specialist panel.
When it comes to conveyancing, the Law Society’s Conveyancing Quality Scheme is the recognised quality mark run by the Law Society itself for those solicitors who specialise in buying or selling property. What’s more, the Conveyancing Quality Scheme is trusted by some of the UK’s largest mortgage companies [including Santander, HSBC, Clydesdale and Yorkshire Bank] who require membership of the scheme for membership of their lender panels.
Getting on this quality assurance scheme isn’t automatic – all the Law Society Conveyancing Quality Scheme firms have to go through a process of rigorous testing to show that they have a specialist level of knowledge, experience and practice in property law.
So if you are buying or selling a house or flat, make sure that you appoint a quality conveyancing solicitor who is a member of the Law Society scheme.
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