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If buyer's solicitor does not spot potential problems because pages missed out and bad copy supplied by sellers solicitor who is responsible for this?

Asked on Apr 12 2012, General in Bury St. Edmunds | Report content

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  • The buyer's solicitor should have ensured they were satisfied with the information they were provided. If it was illegible they should have asked for better copy. If they told you at the time they can't read sh1t and you accepted that it would be a mitigating factor - if not getting them off the hook. All the above is 'probably'. The seller's solicitor is probably laughing.

    Answered on Apr 17 2012, Report content

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