Conveyancing Association launches regional workshops

Conveyancing Association launches regional workshops

On Friday the Conveyancing Association (CA) held the first of a series of regional technical workshops in Manchester.

Conveyancers from Northern England met, at the offices of CA member Countrywide Conveyancing Services, to discuss how money laundering and the government’s Green Deal will affect the house-buying process.

Following the launch of their consumer-focused ‘Pledges’ last year, the workshops mark the next step in the CA’s drive to improve standards across the conveyancing industry.

The workshops will provide a forum for members to exchange experiences and guidance on complex issues which can affect the conveyancing process, offering an opportunity to maximise the value of the collective expertise of the CA’s membership.

Eddie Goldsmith, CA Chairman, said: “We are delighted to be launching our regional workshops today.

“The workshops will assist Conveyancing Association members in continuing to offer a smooth, secure and efficient house-buying service to their customers, by ensuring that they are well-prepared to handle the most technically challenging cases.”

The workshop will comprise two sessions, with the first focusing on money laundering and the second on the Green Deal and its potential implications for the conveyancing industry.

Each session will be chaired by an industry expert with Bill Jones, Managing Partner, JMW Solicitors LLP, and Managing Director of ML Solutions 4U Ltd, leading the money laundering session, and Paul Butt, Consultant Solicitor, Rowlinsons Solicitors Ltd, chairing the session on the Green Deal.

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