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Do I need a Solicitor to Buy a house

Asked on Sep 1 2010, Selling in Burnham-on-Sea | Report content

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  • Not necessarily, but it is advisable.

    Web reference: http://www.home.co.uk/guides/buying/conveyancing.htm

    Answered on Sep 2 2010, Report content
  • As per the above answer whilst you dont need a solicitor, if you are getting a mortgage on the property then the bank or building society will insist that you do. It is always advisable to have a solicitor as they are in expensive compared to the consiquence should it transpire there is something wrong with title or searches etc. It also advisable to have a survey carried out as you are investing literally hundresds of thousands of pounds.

    Answered on Sep 2 2010, Report content

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