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STL launches enhanced Regulated Local Authority Search

24th January 2014

STL has launched an enhanced Regulated (Personal) Local Authority Search which includes:

  • a unique new interactive ‘Summary for Conveyancers’ – this identifies key points and matters revealed (which you may wish to highlight to clients or investigate further), recommendations for further actions and details of any hazards identified for the property address
  • an interactive ‘Information for Buyers’ section which explains the report in Plain English (including specific entries revealed) and should help to reduce the number of queries you receive from clients

These new sections have been developed by conveyancers for conveyancers and successfully piloted by a number of firms of all sizes over the past few months. The summaries are included as standard and at no extra cost.

The STL Regulated Local Authority Search is available through the ETSOS system. For more information on this please contact your ETSOS account manager, or speak to us directly on 01524 220000.

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