Hunters first to use Law Society’s new ‘game changer’ digital TA6 form

Agency's York sales team claim historic first as customer Gavin Day uses Coadjute-developed form to fill in statutory property information.

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Left to right: Rob Williams, Molly Rae-Beharrell, Aaron Young, Jessica Chappell, Matthew Fenton, Jenna Heath, Oli Hanlon

An estate agency branch in York has been the first to use a digital TA6 conveyancing form developed jointly by Coadjute and The Law Society.

Vendor Gavin Day used the Law Society licensed Digital TA6 after being asked to do so by his agency, Hunters, although the transaction has yet to complete.

The new digital form is designed, like its traditional counterpart, to enable a vendor to give the prospective buyer detailed information about their property.

“The process for using the Digital TA6 was clear and quick and I found it very easy,” says Day.

“My agent sent me a link, there was a lot of information about my property already pre-populated and even though a lot of information is still required, it took barely any time.

“I am looking forward to the rest of the process now, especially if it is this easy.”

Coadjute is one of the key platforms leading the charge to improve and speed up the property sales process via its technology and its digital TA6 has been developed in collaboration with The Law Society.

Hunters and Coadjute say the new form is a leap forward in the efficiency and accuracy of property transactions, promising to streamline the client and property onboarding, listing, and conveyancing process.

“It is expected to set a new standard in the industry,” their joint statement says.


Jenna Heath (main image, second from right), Sales Manager at Hunters Estate Agency York, says: “The Coadjute Digital TA6 product really is a game-changer.

“It took minutes for me to start the process with the vendor. Within an hour or so, they sent back a completed TA6 licensed by the Law Society ready for us to send to the conveyancers on the deal once they’ve been instructed.

“The bonus is that, by doing this step, we are National Trading Standards compliant, and we have all the details we need to start marketing the property.

“I am so excited about what this means in terms of time savings for the team and the likelihood that we will significantly reduce transaction times and fall-throughs.”

Rob Smith

Rob Smith, MD of Hunters, says: “Coadjute’s Digital TA6 product represents a significant advancement in the buying and selling process”.


  1. Great to see other adopters of digital forms, however, there are literally thousands of agents who have been doing this for over 4 years via Gazeal. It would be fantastic to see more agents utilising this technology and of course, more conveyancers accepting the TAs from helpful, seller-centric third parties.

    1. Hi Bryan. Coadjute’s Digital TA6 is the latest (fifth) edition of the Law Society’s TA6, released in March 2024. It also automatically pre-populated with verified data from various sources and can be transposed to other forms and used across the property transaction. Since the Law Society released the fifth edition of the TA6 in answer to the latest guidance by the National Trading Standards Estate and Letting Agency Team (NTSELAT), our version also ensures agents are compliant. Cheers, Hugh – Senior Campaign Manager, Coadjute.

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