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Hunters retains Conveyancing Quality Scheme accreditation

  • October 30, 2023
  • By James Vernor-Miles, Partner

We are pleased to announce that we have once again secured our accreditation for the Conveyancing Quality Scheme (CQS) – the mark of excellence for the conveyancing process.

The CQS, an accreditation established by the Law Society of England and Wales, is designed to ensure that conveyancing practices adhere to high standards of service and professionalism when assisting clients with residential property transactions.

To maintain CQS status, members of the Hunters conveyancing team must undergo a strict assessment process, including compulsory training, self-reporting, random audits, and annual reviews. This evaluation guarantees that we consistently deliver the quality expected by the scheme.

As members of the CQS, you can trust that our team will provide:

  • Clear communication: when you contact us, we will provide an explanation of the steps involved in your sale or purchase, ensuring that you understand what you can expect from your solicitor.
  • Transparent cost disclosure: we are committed to openness and will clearly communicate the costs associated with your transactions.
  • Regular updates: throughout the process, we will keep you informed of the progress of your sale or purchase, ensuring you remain up to date.
  • Adherence to quality standards: our work aligns with the standards set by the Law Society’s CQS, demonstrating our commitment to professionalism and excellence.

James Vernor-Miles, Partner and head of our property department, comments:

“Securing the CQS accreditation once again is a testament to our dedication to providing exceptional service and maintaining the highest standards. It reinforces our commitment to delivering a seamless conveyancing experience for our clients – we’re pleased to have their trust and we will continue to go above and beyond to exceed their expectations.”

Find out more about the Conveyancing Quality Scheme here: Conveyancing Quality Scheme.

For further information or to discuss how we can help you, please complete our online enquiry form or contact info@hunterslaw.com.

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