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Christmas 2012 Newsletter

5th December 2012

We are delighted to bring you the Christmas edition of the ETSOS Newsletter today.

The newsletter features:

  • Eddie Goldsmith, Head of the Conveyancing Association, who looks at the future of conveyancing and what the next three to five years might bring.
  • Adam Harmer from insurance provider CLS who writes exclusively for ETSOS about how title insurance might offer one way through the lender-driven minefield of tighter controls and intensifying scrutiny that is impacting the conveyancing industry.
  • We throw the spotlight on one of our ‘introducers’, Iain Cherry (Civil & Commercial Costs Lawyers), in a new occasional series.
  • We have a new Case Study featuring conveyancing specialist Angela Viney as well.
  • Not forgetting our latest product news round-up with enhancements to our ordering portal and news from our suppliers plus our recent preferred partner announcement with Quality Solicitors and the chance to win a £50 Amazon Voucher.

You can view the newsletter here

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