ARLA Propertymark boss David Cox has urged letting agents to respond to the consultation on repealing Section 21 – something he warned could “break the industry”.
The cost of moving home has hit a record high – but estate agents cannot be blamed for the hike.
An infuriated agent has hit out at an article in a national newspaper which slates the industry. The Express has advised the public to beware of estate agents’ “tricks”.
Solicitors working for unregulated entities under the new rules coming into force in November should seek contractual assurances from their employers that their professional obligations cannot be overridden.
The Law Society has welcomed the lapse of a planned hike in probate fees as a result of parliament being suspended.
Solicitors considering taking advantage of more liberal practising rules have been urged to beware of the potential pitfalls.
Purplebricks has warned shareholders that it is in discussion with HMRC over its anti-money laundering procedures, and that there could be a potential cost.
What SDLT reforms could unblock our bunged up housing market?
A plethora of email scams using legitimate law firm details have been increasing in recent months.
The Information Commissioner needs to provide specific guidance to law firms on how they can lawfully share personal data, a leading City law firm has argued.