OneSearch Direct to exhibit at Property Law & Conveyancing Update in Leeds

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8 February 2016


OneSearch200OneSearch Direct, the UK’s largest local search data company, are proud to be exhibiting at the Residential Property Law & Conveyancing Update – Leeds, hosted by Professional Conferences.

Taking place tomorrow, Tuesday 9th February, at Royal Armouries, delegates are invited to come and chat to Regional Managers, Gavin Potter and Martin Askew, and enter a free prize draw to win a bottle of bubbly!

The day kicks off at 9:30am, and is worth 6 CPD Hours. Some of the key areas covered:

  • LATEST CASES – KEY POINTS FOR PRACTICE
  • SHARED OWNERSHIP, SHARED EQUITY AND RIGHT TO BUY: TIPS, TRAPS AND SOLUTIONS
  • CO-OWNED PROPERTY – CURRENT ISSUES
  • THE PERILS OF BUYING A NEW BUILD PROPERTY
  • BUILDING REGULATIONS, PLANNING PERMISSION AND DOCUMENTATION: WHAT THE CONVEYANCER MUST KNOW
  • A ROUND UP OF CURRENT PRACTICAL ISSUES

For a full breakdown of the day’s agenda, and for details on how to book, click here.

Gavin Potter, regional manager, OneSearch Direct, comments:

“We are thrilled to be taking part in what is sure to be a highly informative day, exploring hot topics for our industry. We’re most looking forward to meeting delegates who are passionate about their own professional development and, like us, are always looking to keep their finger on the pulse with issues so prevalent to risk mitigation and compliance.

“Having accurate data in areas such as building regulations and planning permission is extremely important to us, so we’re especially heartened to see this crucial conveyancing matter covered.

Can’t make the conference?

OneSearch Direct would still love the opportunity to discuss the various ways they can assist you and your firm. Please get in touch with their Service Introduction Team on 01782 433270.

To find out more about OneSearch Direct, visit www.onesearchdirect.co.uk or call 0800 052 0117.

 



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