Residential Conveyancing for Support Staff - The Essentials
This introduction to residential conveyancing is designed for support staff and paralegals who carry out some of the conveyancing tasks involved in a sale or purchase (typically under supervision by a more senior lawyer) but who want to have a deeper understanding of the process.
While this seminar does not specifically cover the completion of conveyancing forms and other documents, it does provide an essential overview of key elements of the conveyancing process, from initial instructions until completion of the transaction. A key aim of the presentation is to help you to be clearer about the issues you can tackle and matters that would need the involvement of your supervisor.
Delegates will also have the chance to ask questions and to learn in a supportive environment.
What You Will Learn
This course will cover the following:
- Obtaining client instructions
- Understanding basic money laundering rules
- Joint tenancies and tenancies in common
- Seeking replies to enquiries
- Reviewing the contents of a registered title
- Lenders' instructions and the UK Finance Handbook
- Pre-contract searches
- Exchange - What it means and whether you should do it
- The priority period of official pre-completion searches
- What are professional undertakings and who should give them?
- Preparing and submitting a sale contract
- The key differences between forms TR1 and TP1
- How a deed is to be executed
- Key tasks to be undertaken on completion and post-completion
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