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Video instructions and help with filling out and completing Will 8850 Form Reduced

Instructions and Help about Will 8850 Form Reduced

Hello, it's Philip Taylor speaking from Richmond Green chambers. I'm looking today at a book from Nor Society Publishing. It's in their protocol series, with a purple cover. Conveyancing Protocol is what it's called on the back. You can see some very substantial detail, though no names are given specifically. It's covering the law society as an organization. At the beginning, it starts out with some detail about the protocol, but quickly moves into the main appendices. The book starts off with a guide to the protocol and then walks us through the various areas. At the back, there is also some specific relevant information concerning the various types of information needed to cover every aspect of conveyancing. The title of this work is "The Must-Have Protocol for Conveyancing in England and Wales". This book is once again issued by Nor Society Publishing, and it is of immense help to all parties involved in residential conveyancing. Especially those solicitors' firms which are members of the Law Society Conveyancing Quality Scheme. All conveyancing solicitors are encouraged to join this scheme. The intention of this book is to set out the obligations of solicitors to their clients, so that clients can understand more about the process of conveyancing and the standards of service they have a right to expect. It is the agreement between the person who wants conveyancing done and a professional. One of the main objectives is to ensure that the client is at the center of the process and kept fully informed throughout. The new protocol is designed to bring structure and clarity to communication in residential property transactions. It focuses not only on the solicitor-to-solicitor contact, but also on the relationships with other parties involved such as estate agents, surveyors, mortgage brokers, buyers, sellers, and lenders. The protocol...