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LSRA trawls for views on proposed new profession of conveyancer

18 Nov 2021 / law society Print

LSRA trawls for views on 'conveyancer' profession

The Legal Services Regulatory Authority (LSRA) is inviting interested parties to make written submissions in relation to the creation of a new profession of conveyancer in Ireland.

The opinions are being gathered ahead of the LSRA report for the Minister for Justice on the new profession.

As part of the preparation process for the Law Society’s submission, the LSRA is inviting interested solicitors with relevant experience and knowledge to provide their views.

Please send views to conveyancingsubmission@lawsociety.ie by Monday 22 November 2021.


Adhering to the deadline will ensure that these views are reviewed as part of the consultation process.   

Issues include the impact of a new profession of conveyancer on competition in the provision of legal services, and the specific implications, positive or negative, for the legal services sector and the solicitors’ profession.

For the full list of relevant questions that the LSRA has provided, see section 4 of the consultation document

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