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Conveyancers are increasingly faced with an ever growing list of suggested searches and enquiries on a residential freehold purchase transaction. What is best practice?

This practical half day course will assist conveyancers to identify which searches to carry out and will consider problems which frequently arise on search results and how far you can be expected to deal with them. The course will stand alone or will complement CLT’s popular course Residential Property – An Intensive Introduction for Qualified Practitioners.

The course will cover:

  • Which searches should you carry out – an overview
  • Common tricky search results
  • What further enquiries should you raise when you have received your search results?
  • What is an acceptable response to your enquiries?

You may also be interested in attending: Acting for a Buyer on a New Build: Pitfalls and Tips which takes place at the same venue in the morning.


Lecturers

Lorraine Richardson

, MA(Cantab), Solicitor. Lorraine is an experienced solicitor, specialising in residential conveyancing in a large practice in East Anglia. Lorraine has a wealth of experience in legal training and both designed and delivered the Land Registry Qualification whilst with the College of Law. Lorraine has also designed and delivered many management-related courses including Client Care and Professional Standards, Management Courses Stage 1 & 2 and Presentation Skills. Lorraine is also a co-editor of the popular and practical Law Society publication “Conveyancing Forms and Procedures”.


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