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Conveyancing Association launch Conveyancing Progression Training for Estate Agents, Mortgage Broker PDF Print E-mail
Tuesday, 23 February 2016

The Conveyancing Association (CA), the leading trade body for the conveyancing industry, has today (23rd February 2016) announced the launch of its new Conveyancing Progression Training Course for both estate agents and mortgage brokers.

The course – made up of three modules and costing £59 – has been designed to aid agents and brokers in understanding the workings of the conveyancing process and helping them work with all parties within a property chain in order to reduce fall throughs and get sales to exchange faster.

During the course, delegates will gain a true understanding of the legal process and gain tips on where they can genuinely make a difference. By the end of the course, agents and brokers will be able to identify basic conveyancing principles and will be able to speak knowledgeably, and support, clients in developing a much smoother process.

The course is open to both new starters and more experienced professionals who want to know what is happening in the conveyancer’s office and want to understand both the terminology used and the process taken.

Within the three modules, delegates will cover a number of different topics including: the role of the parties in the process; contractual liabilities; registration; tenure; caveat emptor, rights or easements; restrictions; covenants, overriding interests; and lender requirements.

The modules are split as follows:
· Module 1 – learn what conveyancing is, all about the parties involved in the transaction and when contractual liabilities come into play during the house moving process.
· Module 2 – find out about one of the most complex elements of land law, tenure, as well as those things which impact property ownership such as covenants, restrictions and easements.
· Module 3 – discover what the conveyancing process really involves with a full, animated walk-through of the process and top tips on how to can keep the transaction moving while preventing fall throughs.

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