Legal indemnity insurance: what is a ‘Demands and Needs’ statement?
The Demands and Needs statement is a document that solicitors and conveyancers can use to recommend taking out insurance to overcome title issues within the transaction.
Use the Demands and Needs statement when a potential issue has arisen in the transaction and you need to advise your client that if the title issue isn’t resolved it may affect the value of the property, or the ability to buy, sell or mortgage it. And this may cause added cost or eventual financial loss.
Include one of the following statements:
We have approached a number of providers of title indemnity insurance in order to select a policy which best suits your needs. Please note that we have no contractual obligation to purchase insurance products on your behalf from any of these providers. Details of the terms of business under which we deal with the recommended provider are available on request.
After reviewing the range of title indemnity insurance providers, we recommend policies only from Conveyancing Liability Solutions Ltd. (CLS). The insurance provided by CLS is underwritten by ERGO Versicherung AG, UK Branch, which is part of the Munich Re Group, who are authorised by Bundesanstalt für Finanzdienstleistungsaufsicht and subject to limited regulation by the Financial Conduct Authority and Prudential Regulation Authority. Please note that we have no contractual obligation to purchase insurance products on your behalf from CLS. Details of the terms of business under which we deal with CLS are available on request.
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If you need any help placing your legal indemnity insurance order, please call your Account Manager or our Helpdesk on 0800 318611. They can also help if you would like to arrange training or a demonstration.
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