Canlyniadau 41–60 o 1290 ar gyfer conveyancing

Levelling-up and Regeneration Bill - Committee (11th Day): Amendment 274 (24 Ebr 2023)

Lord Young of Cookham: ...contract with developers excludes this. If money is to be recovered, the leaseholders have to litigate. There are also early reports—the noble Earl, Lord Lytton, may have touched on this—of conveyancers saying they will no longer accept instructions to work on sales of leasehold flats in buildings of any height. That is because certain lenders—I have heard Nationwide mentioned—are...

Levelling-up and Regeneration Bill - Committee (8th Day): Amendment 188 (27 Maw 2023)

the Earl of Lytton: ...time; I am talking about cementitious products that you would expect to have a 25-year or 30-year life, but which are not meeting anywhere near that standard. To that, we can add things such as bad conveyancing, where there are built-in conflicts in the very legal title and the entitlement somebody feels they have. These are the sorts of things that create totally unnecessary disputes...

Written Answers — Treasury: Mortgages: Legal Opinion (13 Maw 2023)

Andrew Griffith: ...with mortgage lenders on all aspects of their business. However, it would not be appropriate for the Government to comment on, or intervene in, commercial decisions – including decisions around conveyancing – made by mortgage lenders. The UK benefits from a competitive mortgage market, and those seeking a mortgage provider that allows borrowers to choose their own legal service...

Written Answers — Department for Levelling Up, Housing and Communities: Conveyancing ( 8 Maw 2023)

Matthew Offord: To ask the Secretary of State for Levelling Up, Housing and Communities, if he will update the Estate Agents Act 1979 to ensure that the security of the paper based system for the conveyancing of properties is retained.

Employment Relations (Flexible Working) Bill (24 Chw 2023)

James Daly: ...impossible because people need to be in an office. In my sector—this is why I mentioned my entry in the Register of Members’ Financial Interests—the challenges during the pandemic of being a conveyancing solicitor working from home were incredible. I would argue strongly that people in my sector need to be in the office. There needs to be that team environment, because it increases...

Written Answers — Department for Business and Trade: Land Registry: Bristol West (24 Chw 2023)

Kevin Hollinrake: ...West constituency within 80 days and completed most (74%) within 60 days. Over a third of those applications that took longer than 80 days to complete required additional information from the conveyancer. Customers can request fast-tracking at no extra cost if an application becomes urgent. HMLR processes over 1000 of these every day, with 95% completed within 10 working days.

Economic Crime and Corporate Transparency Bill - Second Reading ( 8 Chw 2023)

Lord Wallace of Saltaire: ...policy. They would like people our age to move out of their large houses into smaller flats so that housing problems are moderated. Yesterday, I sorted out how much it will cost me in stamp duty, conveyancing fees et cetera. In comparison with the fee for registering a company, there is rather a large gap. We all know—I say this to our Conservative friends—that over the past 12 years a...

Written Answers — Department for Levelling Up, Housing and Communities: Conveyancing (20 Ion 2023)

Lord Taylor of Warwick: To ask His Majesty's Government what plans they have, if any, to review (1) the conveyancing system, and (2) associated legislation.

Senedd yr Alban: National Health Service (Winter Pressures) (10 Ion 2023)

Humza Yousaf: ...will directly help with those turnaround times. We are also working with the sites and health boards, such as NHS Ayrshire and Arran, where turnaround times are far too high to see whether other conveyancing areas can be created. We accept that there is limited capacity in acute sites, but we are examining whether any additional space can be found to convey patients and allow ambulances to...

Christmas Adjournment (20 Rha 2022)

Andy Carter: ...of that information until after the Steinbeck Grange development had been sold in its entirety. The individual also highlighted that sales staff received cash incentives for promoting to buyers conveyancers who all subsequently went bust. The director of the company that now owns the leasehold was also contacted by David Wilson Homes, with a view to buying back the freeholds for Steinbeck...

Electricity and Gas Transmission (Compensation) Bill (25 Tach 2022)

Liam Fox: fees. In that first case, the family bought their home in January 2008, with the intention of knocking down the old house and building a new one. They carried out all possible searches from a conveyancing perspective, as the project was their magnum opus that was going to use their life savings and ultimately provide their pension in years to come. The Hinkley scheme never showed up...

Pwyllgor Mesur Cyhoeddus: Economic Crime and Corporate Transparency Bill: New Clause 44 - HMRC anti-money laundering function (24 Tach 2022)

Margaret Hodge: ...AML fine for a law firm by the SRA was £232,500, and it was for Mishcon. If that fine had been levied by the FCA under similar powers, it would have been £5.4 million. The Council for Licensed Conveyancers, another group of professionals who are active in this area, imposed zero fines, despite finding that two out of three of the firms it is responsible for supervising were non-compliant...

Senedd yr Alban: Cost of Living: Mortgage Rescue Scheme (23 Tach 2022)

Ben Macpherson: ...rules and property value thresholds, and we will conclude those considerations in the spring. I clarify that the scheme also relies on the co-operation of landlords, lenders and those undertaking conveyancing. That is really important to Labour’s suggestion of a two-month turnaround, which is unachievable regardless of resourcing or funding from the Government because it relies on other...

Pwyllgor Mesur Cyhoeddus: Economic Crime and Corporate Transparency Bill: Clause 62 - Procedure etc for verifying identity ( 3 Tach 2022)

Margaret Hodge: ...than in issuing fines and public censures. The FCA, by contrast, takes much more formal action. Some of the professional bodies are failing to impose any meaningful fines. The Council for Licensed Conveyancers imposed zero fines, despite finding that 62% of the firms it supervises—nearly two out of three—were non-compliant in 2019-20. The Law Society of Northern Ireland imposed just...

Employment Relations (Flexible Working) Bill (28 Hyd 2022)

James Daly: ...runs—my hon. Friend the Member for Darlington (Peter Gibson) ran a similar business for many years—means that it is incredibly difficult not to have employees in the office. It is a firm of conveyancing, will and probate solicitors. With the technology and interaction that is required, in the main employees have to be there to do the job. As MPs, we sometimes forget that. Colleagues...

Pwyllgor Mesur Cyhoeddus: Economic Crime and Corporate Transparency Bill: Examination of Witnesses (25 Hyd 2022)

Thomas Mayne: First, on supervision, I do not think there is enough in the Bill. The findings of OPBAS—that the risk-based approach we have put in place really is not working—are quite shocking. What is the solution to that? I know that Dr Hawley was here earlier; Spotlight on Corruption has just released a report on the supervision of the legal sector. There is a debate in that on...

Unfinished Housing Developments: Consumer Protection (18 Hyd 2022)

Helen Morgan: attempt to rectify the situation. Shropshire Council believes that the developer’s failure to complete the necessary works before the first house was occupied should have been established by conveyancing solicitors, and the lessons to be learned from this episode are, “buyer beware.” It may be right, but few residents have been able to establish that principle with their...

Sale of Property (Sealed Bids) (11 Hyd 2022)

Bill Wiggin: ...their competitors have bid. To be eligible to submit a bid, one must go through the cost of searches and surveys—an expensive procedure. The average homebuyer pays between £1,000 and £1,500 for conveyancing before exchange of contract. There are also other tedious undertakings, such as letters from one’s bank or lengthy pieces on one’s suitability to own the property. Bidders are...

Unavoidably Small Hospitals — [Mr Philip Hollobone in the Chair] ( 6 Med 2022)

Maria Caulfield: ...for example, having a smaller hospital can sometimes produce better quality of care for patients. The ambulance handover delays on the Isle of Wight are minimal. The average handover for emergency conveyancing is less than 15 minutes, and their record on 60-minute breaches is often better than that of some of the larger centres. The quality of care can also be a significant factor, but...

Urgent and Emergency Care ( 5 Med 2022)

Steve Barclay: ..., and things that they can do within the emergency department. However, as the hon. Gentleman recognised, some factors are beyond the trusts’ control, whether that is variance in performance on conveyancing by ambulance trusts, differences in hear and treat or see and treat, or the challenges in social care. We recognise that, as I said in my opening remarks, the heatwave and a covid...

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