Law Society endorses First Title for second time

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9 January 2013


First Title Insurance plc has received the endorsement of the Law Society for the second time in a row.

The prestigious attribution follows a rigorous process of assessment during which the Law Society examined the range and quality of various insurance firms’ legal indemnity products.

The endorsement reinforces First Title’s position as a leading provider of robust policies that support the legal due diligence process for both residential and commercial real estate transactions.

Commenting on the selection of First Title, Nigel Spencer, the Law Society’s chief of corporate affairs, said: “The Law Society is pleased to continue the relationship with First Title with the endorsement of various legal indemnity products available to our members. We look forward to continuing to work with First Title.”

Kevin Dick, chief operating officer of First Title Insurance plc, added: “We are delighted to have been selected again as the Law Society’s preferred supplier of legal indemnities. The endorsement demonstrates our continuing commitment to provide innovative insurance products in line with the needs of the Law Society’s members.”

 



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