The Law Society – Conveyancing Quality Scheme Accreditation
The Conveyancing Quality Scheme Accreditation (CQS) was first established in 2011 to establish a benchmark of standards to which conveyancing solicitors could be held against. In The Law Society’s own words:
‘The buying and selling of a home is probably the largest transaction that most people undertake in their lives. Obtaining the CQS proves you have the necessary skills and expertise to provide residential conveyancing advice, and you’re further reassuring clients that you’ll provide all the information they need to understand the process, options, costs and timescales from the outset.’
Also, by holding practicing solicitors to these very stringent standards, the CQS can help to prevent fraudulent activities, in which the client suffers the most.
Mohammed Naheem Khalil heads up the conveyancing team at Liddy’s. Since qualifying in 2002 he has worked with innumerable commercial and domestic clients, and carries a reputation for his knowledge and patience when dealing with difficult transactions.
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