Adopt the Scottish system for property sales in Britain.
Anyone who has been involved in a property chain in England and Wales will be able to explain the stress and worry from the threat or reality of it collapsing at any moment until completion. In addition to this the extra costs can be unquantifiable throughout. With the Scottish system the buyer and seller agree to be duty bound to complete once the sale price is agreed and accepted – solving most of the issues mentioned.
Why does this idea matter?
It has already been proven in Scotland and everone knows that the current system in England and Wales does not run smoothly. After all it is only an object being bought and sold, why should it be more difficult or troublesome than any other object?