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Welcome to The Property Standardisation Group

Latest Updates

 

November 2016:

All Certificate of Title documentation has been updated to reflect the 2016 update of the Seventh Edition of the CLLS Certificate.

 

The Licence for Works and Licence for Works (Tripartite) have been updated in light of the new AEP Regulations.

  • Licence for Works Agreement - version 16
  • Licence for Works Agreement (Tri-partite) – version 13.

Who We Are

The PSG was formed in 2001 to produce agreed forms of documents and procedures for Scottish commercial property transactions.

The PSG was formed by four law firms, Dundas & Wilson (now known as CMS Cameron McKenna), Maclay Murray & Spens, McGrigors (now known as Pinsent Masons) and Shepherd and Wedderburn because we were concerned that too much time was being spent negotiating forms of documentation and trying to agree procedures which were not contentious but each firm had its own way of doing things to achieve the same end.

The PSG see the benefits of standardising documents and procedures as:

The PSG has been assisted by other firms carrying out commercial property work in reviewing the documents produced. The PSG are grateful for the input received from Anderson Strathern, ACH-Shoosmiths, DWF Biggart Baillie, Burness Paull, DLA, Ennova Law, HBJ Gateley, McClure Naismith, Morton Fraser, Murray Donald Drummond Cook, Thorntons, TLT solicitors, and Wright Johnston & Mackenzie. The clear aim is however to agree forms of documentation and procedure which can be used by all firms engaged in commercial property work, not merely restricted to the firms involved in the PSG to date.

What we do

In the various sections of this website you will find details of standardised documents which the PSG has produced already. PSG documentation is branded and accompanying guidance notes may be freely used in accordance with our standard Terms and Conditions (see below). We regularly liaise with the Law Society of Scotland, the Scottish Property Federation and other property bodies with a view to sharing views and information about our activities. Production of new documents and material changes to existing documents are highlighted in the Journal of the Law Society of Scotland. The PSG will be delighted to hear from other firms who are interested in its aims.

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