Support For The Legal Profession: Solicitors have new online approach to closing searches
A new service that addresses the time inefficiencies involved in conveyancing answers one of property law’s age-old issues, writes Killian Woods
Founded in 2012 and established earlier on this year, ENKI is a service that is making life easier for solicitors.
Acting as an online conveyance service, it allows users to requisition searches during specific stages of the conveyance process. While at the contracting phase, full-closing searches can be downloaded using ENKI, with the ability to order the planning search also available.
Based completely online, ENKI is looking to change attitudes from within the sector about conveyance...
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