Banks in dispute with lawyers for misconduct in the sale of goods


The legal services watchdog has seen a significant increase in allegations of misconduct by lawyers in real estate transactions.

A new report reveals that a large number of complaints have been filed by banks about lawyers who have not fulfilled commitments related to real estate transactions.

The question was previously a major feature of the Law Society’s investigations following the 2007-2008 financial crash.


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