Ian Quayle, CEO, IQ Legal Training



The problem with estate rentcharges

Problems are being encountered by residential conveyancers acting for buyers of freehold property subject to estate rentcharges, and the purpose of this article is to clarify some of those problems. This includes clients purchasing freehold houses and the transfer including provision for the buyer to pay for services. Even though the payment is not described […]Read More

Guest Writers Property Market Technology

The migration of local land charges from local authorities to

Hopefully the conveyancing world is now aware that due to the Infrastructure Act 2015 HM Land Registry has been tasked with the migration to it of all 331 local land charges registers from local authorities. This extraordinary task has obviously been undertaken using a phased approach commencing in 2018 and going forward for the next […]Read More

Compliance Conveyancing Guest Writers

Undertakings, Advice and Information – Key Recent Developments in Residential

There have been two recent cases which generate issues going to the heart of the conveyancing process. The first issue relates to the giving of undertakings. The case of  Harcus Sinclair LLP v Your Lawyers Ltd [23.07.21] raises the important practical point of from whom an undertaking can be received. The case throws into focus […]Read More