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CLC Remote working
In line with Government advice, the CLC has moved to remote working. However, we continue our work as usual and we can be contacted through the usual channels, for any advice or support you may need.
Calls to CLC office numbers are currently being forwarded so it may take more than one attempt to reach us by phone, but be reassured that we are here Thanking you for your patience.
You and your property or probate lawyer
At all times your property or probate lawyer should continue to work in your best interests, and tell you if any issues emerge that may affect the handling of your matter.
If you have any questions about the impact of the coronavirus outbreak on your matter, you should first contact your lawyer.
If you still have significant concerns about how your matter is being dealt with, for example you cannot get hold of your lawyer, then please read our information about what to do if you have a problem or you can contact us.
A quick guide to moving home during COVID-19: Information for buyers, sellers and renters
To move home during the COVID-19 outbreak you need to know about the ‘new rules’ to make sure you move safely.
A cross-industry produced quick guide to moving home safely during COVID-19 will help you understand what you need to do, and what anyone involved in your move, whether an estate or letting agent, a property lawyer, photographer, energy assessor, a valuer or surveyor, someone helping you organise your mortgage or the removal company who move you, will need to do to provide a safe environment for everyone.
This guidance is aligned with ‘The UK Government’s COVID-19 recovery strategy’ and the Government advice on home moving during the covid-19 outbreak.
We are providing more resources and information as it relates to coronavirus which you can see here