NO say all of us! The 38 Degrees #savelandreg petition with over 104,000 signatures was handed into the Department for Business, Innovation and Skills on Wednesday 2nd July. The petition was handed in by the lovely Rebecca Falcon of 38 Degrees and received … Continue reading
Posted in Campaign
Tagged 38 degrees, housing, John McDonnell MP, land, Land Registry, mortgage, PCS Union, Property, property searches, Roberta Blackman-Woods MP, Solicitors, Toby Perkins MP
Joint Representation or Separate Representation? What is at stake: For you the consumer: Consumer choice The right to independent legal advice For the high street and community: Access to Justice; for many local High Street law firms, conveyancing is a … Continue reading
Posted in Campaign, Poll
Tagged apbassetts, Banks, banksbad4biz, bassett solicitors, big banks bad for local business, consumer, conveyancing, Economy, High Street, law firms, law society, Law Society of Scotland, lawyer, legal, Legal advice, mortgage, public, Separate Representation, solicitor
Add your voice – we value you comments… Please read the letter to Vince Cable in response to recent decisions taken by the banks that affect you the consumer and many other small law firms like ourselves and the communities … Continue reading
The High Street; how much is it worth to you?
An article that looks back to what the High Street used to be like and how our shopping and business opportunities have been shaped. Is it irreversible?
October 16, 2012
Tagged Banks, business, consumer, FSA, High Street, law, legal, lenders, mortgage, Separate Representation, Solicitors
Small businesses are vital to the growth of our economy. Our towns are dependent on them! We need more of the local and less of the global! Santander’s recent decision to cull hundreds of local law firms from their conveyancing … Continue reading
Banks dictate which solicitors their mortgage customers can use Santander today wrote to a number of local law firms advising them that they have been removed from their Residential Conveyancing Panel. The Lloyds Banking Group did the same thing 2 … Continue reading