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Conveyancing Quality Scheme Reaccreditation

Clarkson Hirst Solicitors have successfully renewed their reaccreditation with the Law Society’s Conveyancing Quality Scheme.

The Law Society’s Conveyancing Quality Scheme provides a recognised quality standard for residential conveyancing practices. Membership establishes a level of credibility for firms with stakeholders such as regulators, lenders and insurers as well as residential home buyers and sellers.

The process of buying and selling a home is probably the largest transaction that most people undertake in their lives. By obtaining the Conveyancing Quality Scheme accreditation Clarkson Hirst have demonstrated that our practice has the skill and expertise to provide quality residential conveyancing advice which may help to reassure clients that you are able to be advised of all the information that you need to understand the process, option, costs and timescales from the outset of your conveyancing transaction.

Also be obtaining the Conveyancing Quality Scheme accreditation this allows Clarkson Hirst to access the lender community and act for clients at the same time as acting for their mortgage lender which limits the number of representatives involved in a transaction thereby reducing costs and time.

Clarkson Hirst Solicitors are members of all leading conveyancing mortgage panels. The firm is a member of the LMS scheme and Lender Exchange.

If you would like to know if Clarkson Hirst could act for your lender please contact us.

Clarkson Hirst operate a client satisfaction feedback scheme which enables you to report back to us on the experience you had in dealing with Clarkson Hirst in your conveyancing transaction. This allows us to react to client’s comments and improve our service. It also allows us to report to the CQS on the standard of satisfaction we have achieved for our clients.

If you would like to obtain more information about Clarkson Hirst please contact either myself or Amy Dawber on our main office numbers.


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