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Changes to your website, magazine and e-newsletters


This summer, we are making changes to the Property Section magazine, website and e-newsletters

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MHCLG consults on repeal of section 21


The Ministry of Housing, Communities & Local Government (MHCLG) has launched a consultation on implementing the government’s decision to remove Section 21 of the Housing Act 1988 and improving section 8 eviction grounds


Law Society welcomes report on the regulation of property agents


The Law Society has welcomed the Regulation of Property Agents: Working Group’s recommendation that property agencies should be regulated

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New Conveyancing Protocol published


We have published the 2019 edition of our Conveyancing Protocol, which will take effect from 19 August

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Features and opinion

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    The revised Code for Completion by Post – what's changed?


    Carl Brewin provides a personal perspective on some of the key changes in the revised code, and what they mean for both buyers’ and sellers’ solicitors

  • Sarah Dwight

    Moving with the times


    The revised Conveyancing Protocol comes into force in 2019. Sarah Dwight explains what changes have been made and why

  • Tighten up - spanners turning bolts labelled "systems" and "processes".

    Tighten up


    Lean techniques can help you identify inefficiencies in your processes. Jo-Anne Wild presents a beginner’s guide to lean techniques and how to apply them in your own firm

  • Peter Rodd

    Lending a hand


    In April, Peter Rodd chaired a roundtable event with six of the major lenders, between them representing over 50% of the current mortgage market. How can solicitors and lenders work better together to make the process quicker and simpler?

  • Stephen Lewis

    Fight for the right


    Stephen Lewis and his team of expert lawyers outline the impact the Law Commission’s recent right to manage consultation could have for homeowners in England and Wales

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    Catch 21

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    Sarah Cummins and David Smith review the current law on section 21 notices and consider the future of the section 21 procedure, following the government’s recent proposal to abolish no-fault evictions

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