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What is the CLC?

24 November, 2017

The Council for Licensed Conveyancers, or the CLC, is the regulatory body for Licensed Conveyancers in England and Wales. The CLC’s purpose is to set entry standards and regulate the profession of Licensed Conveyancers effectively in order to:

  • Secure adequate consumer protection
  • Promote effective competition in the legal services market
  • Provide consumer choice