Conveyancers will debate how various stakeholders – including estate agents – can deliver a more collaborative home moving experience at an upcoming event.
The panel debate will occur at the Conveyancing Association's (CA) Modernising Conveyancing Conference, set to take place on December 1 in the capital.
Attendees will discuss who is best placed to provide upfront information – estate agents, conveyancers or clients.
The CA's other panel debates will focus on 'leasehold nightmares', 'abortive transactions' and 'skinny HIPs'.
Baroness Hayter, who recently tabled questions on behalf of the CA to the Government on how improvements could be made to the home buying process, will deliver the keynote speech.
“This is definitely a pivotal moment for the conveyancing industry and the home purchase process itself and we at the CA believe industry stakeholders have a unique opportunity to reshape both for the better,” comments Eddie Goldsmith, chairman of the Conveyancing Association.
“The conference sessions will feed into the White Paper we are currently writing which will deliver the CA’s view on how we get to a much better process for all conveyancing stakeholders.”