The Conveyancing Association officially endorses Legal Eye services/products

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1 March 2013


The Conveyancing Association has announced its official endorsement of Legal Eye compliance services and products. Legal Eye has been working with The Conveyancing Association and it has now progressed this partnership and agreed a discount on the services offered by Legal Eye for its members.

Jaunita Gobby said:  “We are working with many of The Conveyancing Association firms, Solicitors and Licensed Conveyancers, and we are very pleased to receive the official endorsement from The Conveyancing Association.”

Eddie Goldsmith said: “We are delighted to be working more closely with Legal Eye. They have been working with many of our members for a long time and have gone the extra mile to ensure our members have access to their excellent compliance services. As the Conveyancing Association continues  to build its member base we are delighted to be formalising our relationship with one of the leading compliance providers in the market.”

Legal Eye is a leading provider of best practice, risk management and compliance services to the legal services market.

They specialise in:

  • Best Practice
  • Risk Management
  • Compliance
  • Lexcel Accreditation
  • CQS Applications
  • Completion of tender responses to win new work
  • TCF (Treating Customers Fairly) programmes / training
  • Training

Legal Eye also offers the Legal Eye Quality Standard which is suitable for Solicitors, Licensed Conveyancers and providers of legal information services.

The standard is available to firms and companies in England, Wales, Scotland and Northern Ireland.

The standard includes compliance with:

  • The Code of Conduct (where applicable)
  • The E-Commerce Directive,
  • The Bribery Act 2010
  • The Equality Act 2010
  • Referral and Fee Sharing arrangements
  • Publicity requirements
  • TCF (Treating Customers Fairly)
  • …and many more.

The Conveyancing Association is a non-profit making body representing conveyancing operations throughout the UK with a view to shaping the future of conveyancing. We are the voice of the commercially-minded, service-focused conveyancer, ensuring that we have real influence on those who make the decisions that affect our market. We aim to be the first point of contact for all industry stakeholders or interested parties who need to discuss conveyancing.

Our members process a wide variety of conveyancing and property transactions acting for both private and corporate clients. All members process their work supported by IT systems which are focused on ‘quality’ and ‘service’.

We are represented on all serious, conveyancing focus groups and will continue to become involved in any new groups in order that our members are kept fully informed.

 



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