Legal & General Home Finance Conveyancing Panel Information
The information on this page is designed to keep solicitors and licensed conveyancers abreast of latest requirements changes by Legal & General Home Finance and to assist in remaining on the Legal & General Home Finance Solicitor Panel.
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Legal & General Home Finance Conveyancing Panel: Recently Asked Questions
In appealing a decision by Legal & General Home Finance, it may be useful to provide the following information:
- Comprehensive account of your conveyancing history
- A copy of your COMPLETIONmonitor reports if you use that service
- Your recent claims history
- Full details of all employees in your practice and their role.
- Note down if a solicitor has been admitted to the role on completion of the Qualified Lawyers Transfer Test.
- Provide duplicate practising certificates, the firm's current PII schedule and the firm’s accountant's certificate, calculating what % of the firm's gross fee income is resulting from residential conveyancing transactions
It is encouraging that some conveyancing firms have been able to regain membership to panels notwithstanding the policy by the respective lenders to refuse panel membership to firms with certain profiles or characteristics. Success is primarily due to the firms’ ability to persuade the lender to make an exception if there is sufficient evidence to reassure them that the firm has a healthy attitude towards risk mitigation.
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