5 December, 2018
As new requirements for property and probate lawyers to publish certain price, service and quality information on their websites (or in alternative formats if requested), come into effect December 6, the Council for Licensed Conveyancers (CLC) has outlined some key do’s and don’ts for practices getting ready for the new rules.
The new rules are part of a cross-industry push to empower consumers and foster innovation and competition across the legal services market.
You can see the new rules which come into effect on Thursday 6 December, along with guidance and templates here: https://www.clc-uk.org/lawyers/informed-choice/
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