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A Practical Guide to Document Signing and Electronic Signatures for Conveyancers has been written by Lorraine Richardson, an experienced property solicitor and legal trainer. This is a book by a conveyancer for conveyancers and outlines where we are in terms of the law on signing contracts and deeds and considers HMLR’s acceptance of witnessed electronic signatures on deeds submitted for registration which was slipped out in a blog post in July 2020. The book focusses on the issues that conveyancing firms will need to consider if they are going to adopt witnessed electronic signatures.
"I have tried to do some of the thinking about risk and ask the questions about witnessed electronic signatures and platform providers so that conveyancers don’t have to".
This Practical Guide is the first in a series of books that Lorraine is writing, covering a range of topics on the conveyancing process. The books are aimed at practitioners working in busy conveyancing departments who need a quick reference guide, but will also support those taking professional examinations such as the Solicitors Qualifying Examination, Cilex and Council for Licensed Conveyancers.