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The CLC has regulated licensed conveyancers in England and Wales for over 25 years. More recently we have extended our regulatory expertise to cover other legal services including probate and Alternative Business Structures.

Our mission is to protect the public interest, provide consumer choice and to promote effective competition in the legal services market. We do so by setting entry standards and regulating providers to deliver high quality, accessible legal services.

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Our new outcomes-focused regulatory approach went live on 6 October 2011. The new approach is risk-based, concentrated less upon compliance with prescriptive rules and more explicitly focused upon the delivery of specific positive outcomes for clients. Find out more...

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20th August 2014 Conveyancing Apprenticeship Success

* The Government has today announced the success of the Trailblazer consortium of employers facilitated by the CLC

* Conveyancing Apprenticeships developed by the group create a new route to becoming a Licensed Conveyancer and establishes the role of Conveyancing Technician

* Work underway to ensure first apprenticeships can begin in the second quarter of 2015
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13th August 2014 Bogus/'Clone' Firms Warning

There have been a number of reports of bogus offices being set up as clones of legal practices in order to steal mortgage loans or advances or even client/account information. CLC firms need also to be aware that there is a risk that their own firm might be cloned, with their own letter-heading, website, email and telephone number being controlled/falsified for these purposes.
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31st July 2014 Access to the HSBC panel for Licensed Conveyancers

HSBC has agreed that, beginning this autumn, all Licensed Conveyancers will automatically be able to act for the Bank as long as they are currently licensed by the CLC. The only restriction is in respect of sole practitioners who are limited to cases where the mortgage does not exceed £150,000, in line with HSBC's usual practice.
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31st July 2014 CLC Webinar

We’d like to thank everyone who tuned in to our most recent webinar. If you were unable to join or would like to watch again, please click on the link to our podcast below.

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If you have any questions, please email our Chief Executive at ceo@clc-uk.org

23rd May 2014:  CLC on Firm Footings

The CLC is today publishing its Financial Statements for 2013.
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23rd May 2014: Conveyancing Apprenticeship: Round Two Consultation

The Consortium of employers that is developing the new conveyancing apprenticeship is seeking views on the latest draft of the apprenticeship standard and day one outcomes.
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23rd May 2014: Data about the CLC regulated community

In line with LSB expectations, the CLC is today publishing core data about the regulated community in a format that is accessible to providers of comparison websites.
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21st May 2014: Regulatory Fees 2014/15: have your say

The CLC is consulting on the setting and collection of regulatory fees for the 2014/15 period. We are asking the regulated community for their views. The consultation closes on 27th June.
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19th May 2014: Consumer Contract Regulations 2013

The Consumer Contract (Information, Cancellation and Additional Charges) Regulations 2013 (SI 2013/3134) apply to contracts entered in or after 13 June 2014. <Read more.>

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