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Salans office added to CAL panel

Online conveyancing distributor, Conveyancing Alliance, has added Salan’s satellite office in Thetford to its solicitor panel.


Salans’ Bromley-based office has been on CAL’s panel of solicitors for the past three years.

The Thetford office offers both residential conveyancing and volume legal processing to institutional clients.

The new Thetford office is headed up by Nigel Burgess.

Brokers using CAL’s integrated online platform have already placed cases through to the new office via the case management system.

Harpal Singh, managing director of CAL, says: “CAL is delighted to add the new Salans office in Thetford to our panel of solicitors.

“We have been instructing Salans’ Bromley office for the past three years and I’m sure our broker customers will now be utilising the experience and service of those working in Thetford.

“We have strong relationships with all at Salans and our integration with the new office means brokers have further choice with regards to their conveyancing needs. We wish Salans much success and look forward to continuing this valuable relationship in the months and years ahead.”

Nigel Burgess, who heads up the Salans’ Thetford office, says: “We are delighted that CAL has added the Salans’ Thetford office to its panel. We have a very positive and long standing relationship with CAL and we look forward to developing this partnership even further in the future.”

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