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The Conveyancing Case Management System 

 

ConveyProControl from the creators of SDLT.co.uk is the conveyancing case management system for high street practices, developed by conveyancers for conveyancers. Helping to standardise, automate and track each step in the conveyancing process, ConveyProControl is intended to significantly reduce administration time, and therefore costs, for all types of conveyancing. 

LATEST NEWS: 24 January 2012 -  First-time buyers’ stamp duty land tax (SDLT) relief expires on 24 March 2012. Purchase transactions completed 25 March 2012 or later cannot benefit from SDLT relief, regardless of the date of contract or agreement. 

 

Contains over 300 easily personalised standard letters documents and details of all clients and other related parties 
Controls with completion warning dates and progress reports
Generates automatic calculations and forms - including new HMLR forms and ability to vary VAT rate according to specified time periods
 
 
....and Integrates with SDLT.co.uk - no more SDLT rejections! 
 
 
Print your SDLT5 certificate instantly -  a 'blistering' return  
 
SDLT.co.uk was Runner-Up for Best Online Product of the Year 2007
 
ConveyProControl and SDLT.co.uk
...a future part of e-conveyancing
Affiliate Members of the E-Homebuying Forum
     

 
     
     
   
 
  • Increased Profitability
  • Better client care
  • Risk management
  • Time savings
  • Take the hassle out of SDLT forms and getting the certificate back
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