Next week, senior figures in the conveyancing industry and the Office of the Deputy Prime Minister (OPDM) will be calling for the adoption of a common data standard to ensure that the government's Home Information Packs (HIPs) initiative is not stymied by incompatible IT systems.
At a conference in Chester on 8 November – timed to pre-empt the launch of HIPs – they will advocate broad adoption of the PISCES data standard, which is already widely known in both sectors and has been adopted by some of the UK’s leading law firms.
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