CLS monthly news round-up – June

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9 June 2014


Residential Conveyancing News

(Published by CLS)

A £200,000 negligence claim could have been avoided with the aid of TitleChecker.

In a recent case there were a string of unfortunate events that resulted in a final claim of £200,000…

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Top Conveyancing Firm’s Simple Slip-Up Leads to Major Payouts

(Published by Positive Commercial Finance)

Chance Henry investigates how TitleChecker could have helped assist in discovering issues that were raised in a recent case…

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