Cheltenham law firm Davis Gregory
has become the latest firm to be accredited with Quality Conveyancing Scheme (CQS) membership by the Law Society.
CQS is a mark of excellence, and provides a recognised quality standard for residential conveyancing practices. Davis Gregory has become the 1458th firm to join the scheme, with 875 branches. A total of 2333 outlets have CQS accreditation. Firms applying for membership undergo a strict application process with the Law Society. The CQS involving assessment, training, audits and annual reviews.
The CQS has support from leading industry bodies including the CML, Land Registry, Building Societies Association and Association of British Insurers. Accreditation is becoming more important as lenders make CQS membership a requirement of firms on lenders panels.
Simon Greener, director with responsibility for conveyancing and Senior Reporting Officer for CQS,at Davis Gregory commented:
"We have for many years worked to the highest standard in providing residential conveyancing services to our clients. It is a recognition of those high standards achieved by Hilary Banister and her team that we have received this accreditation.”
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