Joy travelled to London last Wednesday with James Ferguson from Xpress Legal Services to meet with MPs to put foward the reasons why the Land Registry should not be privatised, before a debate in Parliament took place on Thursday. The … Continue reading
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Tagged #savelandreg, 38 degrees, BIS, conveyancing, Cornwall, David Lammy, Department of Business Innovation & Skills, high street law firms, James Ferguson, John Manthorpe, Joy Bassett, Land Registry, PCS Union, Privatisation, property searches, Sajid Javid, Solicitors, Tax Havens
As a law firm that does conveyancing, we really appreciate the efficiency of the Land Registry. In addition to being one of the most efficient government departments, we have always been impressed at how they have managed year on year … Continue reading
Help us STOP the Land Registry from being Privatised! Last year the proposed plans for the Land Registry were scrapped after a high-profile national campaign involving all the key stakeholders; the PCS union, Property Search Agents, Conveyancers, High Street law firms … Continue reading
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
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