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Letters regarding conveyancing

In Ad valorem tariff is real threat to conveyancing Graham Paddock expresses the view that the ad valorem tariff is a threat to conveyancing and attorneys should move to charging for conveyancing services on a "time and attendance" basis. Only by adopting a scale of fees related to the value of the work done will attorneys be able to retain conveyancing work and make a reasonable profit from it.

In Establish a conveyancing roster, Abbey Naidoo maintains that little has changed since 1994 regarding the allocation of conveyancing, since the relationships that were established between the big conveyancing firms and banks then still exist. Small practices are mere onlookers. He suggests that a roster database be established where the financial institutions pool their instructions. Attorneys would then be allocated instructions in accordance with the roster system.

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