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Enquiries before contract

Before a buyer signs a contract, their lawyer will usually put together a collection of detailed questions about the property, and these will need to be answered by the other side before the deal goes ahead. These are also known as preliminary (or initial) enquiries.

Enquiries are not always answered in a single exchange of correspondence, and there may have to be further enquiries after the preliminary enquiries, as more is understood about an issue or new issues arise.

For this reason, your In-Deed solicitor will tell you when the initial enquiries have been raised and when they are satisfactorily concluded. Want to learn more about what In-Deed's conveyancers can do to help you with your moving plans? Call one of our friendly team of advisers on 0800 038 6886. Our lines are open 7 days a week.


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