Aftermath of panel reviews – Law Society’s Gazette

Posted November 1st, 2012 in banking, conveyancing, mortgages, news, solicitors by sally

“It is said that there are more questions on the application form to be a member of a lender’s conveyancing panel than there are to join MI5. Whether or not that is true, it is clear that if you want to do a good job for your homebuying clients, and act for lenders as well as your clients in any conveyancing transaction, chances are you will have to go through onerous vetting procedures now required by banks and building societies to be on their panels of approved solicitors.”

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Law Society’s Gazette, 1st November 2012