Future Frontiers in Conveyancing: Unveiling Trends, Tackling Challenges and Elevating Expertise in 2024

Future Frontiers in Conveyancing: Unveiling Trends, Tackling Challenges and Elevating Expertise in 2024


1.30pm:  Registration and Networking Lounge
1.40pm:  Welcome and Introduction
1.45pm:  The Building Safety Act - A Year On
As BSA legislation takes centre stage, this session aims to equip conveyancers with the knowledge and strategies needed to ensure compliance and streamline processes in the realm of residential property transactions.  Speaker: Ian Quayle, IQ Legal Training
2.30pm:  Climate Change Reporting for Solicitors: A Comprehensive Guide to Compliance and Client Communications
Embark on a crucial exploration of climate change reporting tailored specifically for conveyancers. This session delves into the intricacies of compliance, risk assessment and effective client communication surrounding this increasingly pivotal aspect of property transactions. Speakers Simon Boyle and Sally Redman, Landmark Information
3.15: Break
3.30pm: Digital Conveyancing Revolution: Navigating the Future of Residential Transactions
 As the industry undergoes a significant shift towards digitisation, this session is for residential conveyancers seeking to stay ahead of the curve and harness the benefits of cutting edge technologies such as AI, Digital ID and HMLR processes. Speaker: TBC
4.15pm: The Leasehold and Freehold Reform Bill and its Effect on Conveyancing
This Bill is the most significant piece of legislation in conveyancing for a generation. This essential session will unravel the key issues and their impact for the conveyancer including transformative changes to leasehold enfranchisement, forfeiture and rentcharges as well as proposed changes to ground rents and leasehold houses. Speaker: Richard Snape, Davitt Jones Bould.

The joint conference this time has been organised by Surrey Law Society who will handle and process the bookings. The members of the County Societies Group comprise Devon and Somerset Law Society, Leicestershire Law Society, Cheshire & North Wales Law Society, Kent Law Society, Surrey Law Society and the Newcastle upon Tyne Law Society. 

Cost: Member of one of the County Societies (includes Newcastle Law Society members) 
£80 plus vat
Non- Members £120 plus vat.

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