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Dreamvar is a classic example of bad jurisprudence, as a sadly out of touch judiciary, feel sorry for the public and go hunting for somebody to blame.
At the centre of these unfortunate circumstances was a criminal act, not bad conveyancing, and even the most remote parts of the judiciary must face up to the reality, that both the government, and its executive arm the Land Registry, want “cheaper, simpler and quicker conveyancing”, which would be dragged in the opposite direction, if this flawed decision was not overturned.
I do feel that the Law Society must be robust in its intervention to stop the rot.
There are other challenges in this sector, all of which will need to be faced, and, if necessary confronted by the Law Society, to ensure that both the profession and its clients, do not suffer the same fate of litigants in an increasingly impoverished litigation sector.
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