OneSearch Direct and Landmark Information Group announce free CPD webinar on risk reports

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5 June 2015


OneSearch DirectOneSearch Direct, one of the UK’s leading property search firms, has partnered with Landmark Information Group to provide a free CPD webinar that will help solicitors decide which risk reports they should use in their property transactions.

The webinar will provide an overview on environmental, flooding and planning concerns, and explore why risk searches are required. Other topics covered include Law Society compliance, a breakdown of the types of data included in risk reports, and case studies to demonstrate the necessity of avoiding ‘nasty surprises’.

Paul Maillardet, channel manager, OneSearch Direct explains: “This webinar will empower solicitors who manage risk as part of their due diligence and client care processes. As many conveyancing professionals know, there are various issues that can be flagged up in risk reports. This webinar will discuss exactly what these issues are and, more importantly, how to deal with them.’

Phillip Hill, Account Manager, Landmark Information Group comments: “This highly practical session is very much geared towards understanding the different reports that Landmark offer. We consider the which, when & how of selecting the right reports for the various transactions such that solicitors can manage risk, and be equipped to deal with any issues that may be revealed within the reports.”

The 1-hour webinar takes place on Wednesday 8th July at 12pm. Attendees can watch the presentation from the comfort of their own desk, and gain 1 CPD point in the process. Places are limited to 100 spaces, and will be allocated on a first-come, first-served basis.

To register for the free webinar, click here: https://landmarkinfo.webex.com/landmarkinfo/onstage/g.php?MTID=e8f6763446e0c4f8d43c8433d1303281c



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