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Wales Bill: Establishment of Two Distinct Jurisdictions (12 Sep 2016)

...proceedings in Wales and before the courts of England and the courts of Wales. (2) In this section— “legal practitioner” means every solicitor, barrister, notary, legal executive, licensed conveyancer, patent attorney, trade mark attorney, law costs draftsman, accountant or other person who, in accordance with the Legal Services Act 2007 (c. 29), is entitled to carry on a reserved...

(30 Jun 2016)

Kevin Hollinrake: ...to my entry in the Register of Members’ Financial Interests. Just about all the people in the property sector to whom I have spoken are against this move, whether they are members of the Conveyancing Association, or solicitors, house builders or property agents. Indeed, the Competition and Markets Authority has said that a private sector provider may fail to “maintain or improve access...

Conveyancing (7 Jun 2016)

Dominic Raab: ...in England and Wales in 2014-15. About a million of those—the vast majority—were residential sales and the amount of human as well as monetary capital caught up in and reliant on the conveyancing process at any one time is difficult to overestimate. The process, which delivers a secure and marketable titled property, is important to the parties to the transactions and to our underlying...

Queen’s Speech - Debate (5th Day) (25 May 2016)

Lord McKenzie of Luton: ...with a 150 year history … It conducts its business impartially and free from any conflicts of interest. It grants and guarantees title on all transactions so providing the security of tenure and conveyancing machinery on which a stable society depends and without which the property transfer and mortgage markets could not function”. We would do well to listen to that view. Of course,...

Housing and Planning Bill - Report (1st Day) (11 Apr 2016)

Baroness Williams of Trafford: ...the post-sales restrictions. This will help to standardise the approach to securing starter homes and reduce burdens on the planning applications process. It will build the restrictions into the conveyancing process so that first-time buyers and their advisers are aware of, and have certainty on, our approach. Finally, I wish to be clear that we have listened to noble Lords’ concerns...

Public Bill Committee: High Speed Rail(London - West Midlands) Bill: New Clause 31 - Compensation: application (8 Mar 2016)

Robert Goodwill: ...value up to the maximum value of £47,000; fees, which include reasonable surveyors’ fees incurred in preparing and negotiating a compensation settlement together with solicitors’ fees for any conveyancing; loss in value due to physical factors such as noise, after trains start running; and diminution of value of the claimant’s interest in land caused by the works interfering with...

Public Bill Committee: High Speed Rail (London-West Midlands) Bill: Compensation: application (8 Mar 2016)

Robert Goodwill: ...value up to the maximum value of £47,000; fees, which include reasonable surveyors’ fees incurred in preparing and negotiating a compensation settlement together with solicitors’ fees for any conveyancing; loss in value due to physical factors such as noise, after trains start running; and diminution of value of the claimant’s interest in land caused by the works interfering with...

Scottish Parliament: Land and Buildings Transaction Tax (Amendment) (Scotland) Bill: Stage 3 (8 Mar 2016)

Jackie Baillie: ...is for a period of 14 days, is the more sensible option. The Law Society believes that it is a better and more workable option: to be frank, we should take heed of that, given its experience in conveyancing. The proposal would avoid unintended consequences, which I know the cabinet secretary is keen to do, so I hope that he, too, will support amendment 17.

Written Answers — Department for Communities and Local Government: Help to Buy Scheme (24 Feb 2016)

Brandon Lewis: ...purchaser, after exchange of contracts, have a binding contract that will specify arrangements for legal completion. As such, if there are delays to completion, the purchaser should speak to their conveyancer. The Help to Buy scheme specifies that house builders must include a completion date at the point they make a claim to the Homes and Communities Agency for the Help to Buy funding to...

Public Bill Committee: Bank of England and Financial Services Bill [Lords]: Clause 27 - Enforceability of credit agreements made through unauthorised persons (23 Feb 2016)

Rob Marris: ...and those providing advice, whether in finance, the law or accountancy, is knowing when to inquire whether there is something  else in the picture, to put it rather vaguely—for example, in conveyancing, whether those acting for the vendor of a house need to inquire whether there is someone besides the vendor living in the house, who would potentially have rights under the Law of...

Land Registry — Question (2 Feb 2016)

the Earl of Courtown: My Lords, I thank the noble and learned Baroness for that point. She is quite right—the integrity of the Land Registry has to continue; it has to be trusted by customers, people selling property, conveyancing bodies and the law societies. At an early stage, the project team engaged with officials across Whitehall, and outside government we have been in contact with the Land Registry...

Scotland Bill — Committee (2nd Day) (Continued) (19 Jan 2016)

Lord Stephen: ...the reservation to the UK Parliament of regulating estate agents in Scotland under the Estate Agents Act 1979. Estate agency in Scotland works within the context of Scottish land law practice and conveyancing, which is, as we all know, different from the law applicable to other parts of the United Kingdom. Were estate agency in Scotland to be devolved, the Scottish Parliament would be able...

Written Answers — Department for Business, Innovation and Skills: Land: Registration (17 Dec 2015)

Baroness Neville-Rolfe: There are approximately 234k applications awaiting completion at Land Registry, 93k of which cannot be processed as they are awaiting replies to queries sent to the originating conveyancer or solicitor, or notices sent to the registered proprietor(s) of the land or property. This leaves 141k applications available for Land Registry to process. Registration takes place after the transaction...

Public Bill Committee: Housing and Planning Bill: Clause 59 - Disposal consents (1 Dec 2015)

Kevin Hollinrake: The hon. Lady will be aware that the conveyancing solicitor also has a responsibility to check the identity of the client and the source of funds, to prevent money laundering offences from taking place.

Housing and Planning Bill (2 Nov 2015)

Stewart Jackson: ...access to capital, infrastructure, brownfield regeneration, complex remediation issues, and bringing on to the market many more intermediate mortgage products so that we support do-it-yourself conveyancing, shared ownership, and other forms of intermediate tenure. Social renting is important in some areas, but we are moving away from that model. In conclusion, the Bill is much needed and...

Written Answers — Ministry of Justice: Magistrates' Courts: Northamptonshire (28 Oct 2015)

Shailesh Vara: ...11,483 Estate Surveying £7,577 Equipment Maintenance £3,628 Telephony £3,374 Printing £1,241 Information Communication Technology (ICT) - Other £792 Pest and Vermin £714 Conveyancing £570 Utility - Electricity £352 Design/Print/Reprographic Services £339 Catering-Office Drinking Water £333 Waste Disposal £245 Telecomms - Charges/Rental-non...

Property Boundaries (Resolution of Disputes) Bill [HL]: Second Reading (11 Sep 2015)

the Earl of Lytton: ...or traced plans, plans not to scale, or plans defaced with overzealous outlining, subsequently photocopied and then re-coloured. This is a legacy issue, an historic failing of those involved with conveyancing at a time when, I am afraid to say, precise boundaries did not matter that much. Now, with more intensive uses of land, competing neighbour aspirations and high property values, it...

Bills Presented — Bat Habitats Regulation Bill: Clause 31 — Crown Estate (6 Jul 2015)

Alistair Carmichael: ...1979. I remind the House that much estate agency in Scotland is done by firms of solicitors acting as estate agents. They do it very effectively within the context of Scottish land law practice and conveyancing which, being Roman in origin, is fundamentally different from the law applicable in other parts of the United Kingdom. I would suggest in support of the Law Society’s amendment...

Northern Ireland Assembly: Executive Committee Business: Water and Sewerage Services Bill: Second Stage (29 Jun 2015)

Phil Flanagan: ...now in serious negative equity because the house is worth less now than when they bought it. They just do not have the money to invest. I am trying to work with the residents, who have a range of conveyancing solicitors, each of whom was required to hold back money under the Water and Sewerage Services Order 2006 in case the work was not completed. Thankfully, some of the solicitors have...


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