Law Society consults about conveyancing forms

Law Society consults about conveyancing forms

The Law Society has today announced that it is seeking views on how the property information form (TA6), which is designed for completion by the seller, can be improved for solicitors, buyers, sellers and lenders.

The consultation aims to obtain views to inform the production of a revised general enquiry form for residential conveyancing. This consultation does not extend to leasehold, new build or commonhold enquiries.

The consultation relates specifically to the content of the following forms:

  • TA6 Property Information Form 2nd edition (Annex A)
  • TA10 Fittings and Contents Form 2nd edition (Annex B)

The society is particularly keen to hear from Conveyancing Quality Scheme members because they have a broadly mandatory obligation to use the Law Society’s conveyancing protocol.

To read the full consultation paper go to www.lawsociety.org.uk/new/documents/2012/TA-consultation-main-document.pdf

To download the annexes (please note these are specimen forms) follow these links:

Annex A – TA6 Property Information Form 2nd edition (PDF)
Annex B – TA10 Fittings and Contents Form (PDF)
Annex C – TA11 Additional Property Enquiries (PDF)

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