Matt Prior and Beth Rudolf

Ministry of Housing, Communities and Local Government / Conveyancing Association

Matt Prior is the lead official at the Ministry of Housing, Communities and Local Government on the work to improve the home buying and selling process. The government agenda was set out recently by Minister Heather Wheeler: https://bit.ly/2Suoe8I

Beth Rudolf is Director of Delivery at the Conveyancing Association and is a leading protagonist in their campaigns to create a positive home moving process. Starting out as an estate agent, she quickly moved into the legal world becoming a qualified Legal Executive and later a Licenced Conveyancer, working in both high street and high volume practices.

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Can reservation agreements give your clients peace of mind?

A discussion of the potential for reservation agreements deliver greater certainty for buyers and sellers based. This has been recommended by the government and the Conveyancing Association has looked closely at how it could be implemented. This is your chance to hear directly from them and put your questions.

Matt Prior and Beth Rudolf will be speaking in the following theatres:

Theatre 9 - Wednesday 15.00 - 15.45: Can reservation agreements give your clients peace of mind?

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