Consultations & Responses

  • 07/11/2016 CLLS Land Law Committee Certificate of Title and Notes to users (Seventh Edition 2016 update) » more
  • 07/11/2016 Supplemental enquiries in connection with 7th edition 2016 Update of the CLLS certificate of title » more
  • 07/11/2016 CLLS Certificate of Title Seventh Edition 2016 Update wrapper for report on title and notes to users » more
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News & Events

  • 07/12/2016 CLLS attends the launch of the Total Tax Report at the Corporation of London with PwC and Jane Ellison, Financial Secretary to the Treasury » more
  • 07/12/2016 London Art Fair - Private View Invitation for CLLS Members » more
  • 02/12/2016 A reception to thank outgoing CLLS Chairman Alasdair Douglas was held at Ashurst LLP last night. A welcome by Ashurst Senior Partner, Ben Tidswell, was followed by a tribute from CLLS President and Master of the Solicitors’ Company, Nick Hughes, who praised Alasdair’s outstanding leadership of the CLLS and noted some of his many achievements including raising CLLS’s profile and gaining traction with Government. The evening ended with a presentation by CLLS Chief Executive David Hobart to mark Alasdair’s five and a half years as Chairman. » more

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