We know that when you are finalising an agreement, you have many competing interests for your time. Our user friendly online form will take you through the necessary information and will confirm the total fees for the appointment prior to submission. Payment can be made online by credit/debit card, or payment can be made by bank transfer following submission.
We will review the information and confirm that the appointment can proceed. If requested, we will issue a letter of appointment to the other parties confirming the appointment. Make sure you choose an agent provider you can trust and who has been there before.
We don’t charge fees based on the number of contracts involved in a transaction, but merely look at the whole transaction as one event. As long as the contracts form one deal, we will charge the same fee.
We know you are busy, so we have made our appointment process as clear and simple as possible. To begin the process simply complete our online form.
Professional: Our process agents have been providing address services for over 80 years and have the experience and professionalism that you can rely on.
Certainty: Our fees are clear, fixed and upfront. We charge a single fee to act as a process agent so you know how much the service will cost.
Advice: Our staff includes lawyers who have drafted agent clauses themselves. If you would like advice about the practicalities of the arrangement and how this should be reflected, please get in touch.
Speed: We can often finalise and complete the appointment within 4 working hours. We know you have more pressing matters and a process agent is often left to the end so time is critical. Our engagement is a simple and straightforward arrangement which can be largely carried out online.
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We provide a simple and straightforward arrangement which ensures that you know how much you will pay whilst protecting your interests. For example, to appoint a process agent for five years would cost £480.
Multiple Group Companies: Sometimes in Financing arrangements, other group companies are required to act as guarantors or similar and will also need a Process Agent appointed. Where the contact details are the same, we offer a 50% discount for group companies.
Six key tips to appointing a process agent provider
Set out below are six of the most important things you can do to make sure that the appointment process goes as smoothly as possible. If you follow these tips then you should have very few issues in finalising your appointment.
What is a Process Agent?
If you’re not sure what exactly a process agent is or how it fits in with the CPR Rules, please see our guide.