What does instructing mean?

The point where you decide to use a specific solicitor’s firm or conveyancer, and therefore provide specific information about yourself and the property, is called ‘instructing’.

Some conveyancing firms will also take a deposit at this step; however, In-Deed only request a very small initial payment of £120 in order to secure the fixed-fee element of your quote.

You will then receive an email from In-Deed summarising your details and particulars of the property, in addition to all the contact information of your assigned conveyancing solicitor.

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