Changes to CLC Handbook
The Council for Licensed Conveyancers (CLC) has made a number of minor changes to its handbook.
Those changes include:
- CLC Anti-Money Laundering and Combating Terrorist Financing Code additions – safeguards duplicated from Mortgage Fraud Code
- Changes to timeframes of First Tier Tribunal (and other) – impacts upon the determination and appeal timeframes of a number of arrangements, as set out by the LSB
- CLC Handbook Introduction – removal of a time-specific provision.
Having presented the case for the changes against the LSB’s Significance, Impact and Risk framework, the LSB approved the CLC’s Exemption Direction requests for these alterations, on 15th December 2014.
The amendments will be formatted in the relevant documents on the CLC website for 12 weeks. As the amendments do not place any new and/or significant regulatory responsibilities upon the regulated community they will go live with immediate effect.