Transparency of Fees? Which Report? What Lies Beneath? Find out at The Scarborough Law Society And Cilex CPD this July - supported by PSG!
11 July 2018
We are delighted to invite you to our training session on behalf of The Scarborough Law Society and The Scarborough CILEx Branch.
Start Date: Wednesday 11 July 2018
Start Time: 09:00
End Date: Wednesday 11 July 2018
End Time: 12:00
Location: 17 Valley Bridge Parade, Scarborough, North Yorkshire , YO11 2JX
We are delighted to invite you to ourtraining session provided by PSG on behalf of The Scarborough Law Societyand The Scarborough CILEx Branch.
This session features the following topics:
Renu Kiran, PSG - Transparency of Fees
The Legal Services Consumer Panel (LSCP) published its “key criteria for success” which it hopes will lay the foundations for the new price and transparency regime for lawyers demanded by the Competition and Markets Authority (CMA).
The CMA’s call for law firms to publish prices and complaints records prompted the Solicitors Regulation Authority (SRA) to announce in January that it was working on plans to require law firms to publish prices for conveyancing, divorce and private client work. We will discuss the outcome of the CMA’s investigation and its impact on Legal Services.
Chris Hatch, Landmark - Which Report? The right report for the right transaction.
In this session, we consider the which, when and how of selecting the right reports for the various residential and commercial transactions. How solicitors can manage risk as part of theirdue diligence and client care processes, as well as discussing how to deal with any issues that may be revealed within the reports. This session
• Why we do searches – Law Society compliance • Breaking down the content of the reports – What data & information is included within environmental, flood and other risk reports • Which reports to select and when • Matching the right commercial reports for the right transaction
Tim Longden, Terrafirma - Managing Risks and What Lies Beneath?
Learn when, where and how mining and ground risk assessment should be used and learn more about the hidden legacy of UK mineral extraction and how interpretation of data is essential in both understanding and acting upon the potential risks the ground poses.This session will cover:
• The physical and financial impact of Historical Mineral Extraction • The importance of interpretation in Coal Mining Risk Assessment • Present mining in the local area • Fracking: Fact or Fiction • Mineral Planning Permissions and Mines and Minerals on the Title • The potential liabilities faced by property professionals • Why Terrafirma are now an essential part of the conveyancing process
Places are limited and are allocated on a 'first come, first served' basis. Please contact us to book your place today!