OneSearch Direct and COMPLETIONmonitor announce free webinar to minimise risk and save on PI insurance

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13 August 2014


OneSearch Direct

OneSearch Direct is sponsoring upcoming webinars to introduce COMPLETIONmonitor to their customers

OneSearch Direct, one of the UK’s leading property search firms, has been selected to participate in a groundbreaking program to reduce conveyance risk. Don Belcher, national commercial manager at OneSearch, said today they would recommend the use of Lexsure Ltd.’s COMPLETIONmonitor software, free of charge, to law firms conducting property searches with OneSearch Direct.

What is COMPLETIONmonitor?

Part of the legal risk software house Lexsure, COMPLETIONmonitor is a highly innovative, online checklist for conveyancers. Its purpose is to identify risks and potential legal issues, for both pre- and post- completion, on a property transaction.

COMPLETIONmonitor recently partnered with AmTrust Europe Limited, an ‘A’ rated insurance company, to link the use of risk mitigation software with lower expenditure on professional indemnity premiums for law firms.

Risk Mitigation

“It has long been our aim to eliminate risk and make available the most comprehensive tools for the effective handling of conveyancing transactions.” Don said. “With the added endorsement of a major professional insurance provider like AmTrust Europe Limited, we are delighted to be a part of this exciting opportunity to help law firms.”

Because the software integrates with leading case management systems, Simon Seaton, chief executive officer of Lexsure explained, the process is seamless and efficient for law firms regardless of size or culture.

Free Webinars

OneSearch Direct is sponsoring upcoming webinars to introduce COMPLETIONmonitor to their customers. For more information call OneSearch Direct on 0800 052 0117, or email dbelcher@onesearchdirect.co.uk

 



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