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Acting for lenders in conveyancing transactions

By SLAS Spokesperson

The committee noted that The Law Society of England and Wales is to revise its practice rule on acting for lenders and borrowers in conveyancing transactions.

In future it will be possible to act for both parties only where the lender has not imposed unreasonable requirements.

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