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Leeds signs LMS conveyancing deal

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Leeds Building Society has signed a conveyancing deal with LMS.

LMS will supply conveyancing services including fees-assisted remortgages.

LMS managing director Andy Knee says: “We are delighted to announce that we will be providing conveyancing services to Leeds Building Society, their members and intermediaries.”

Leeds Building Society director of operations Martin Richardson says: “The appointment of LMS follows a thorough review of the legal service offered to remortgage borrowers and their brokers by the society.

“LMS is well-established and acts for many other larger UK lenders, with a dedicated customer service helpline for borrowers and intermediaries.”

 

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