• Mr Beale

    By Guest on 16th Dec 2013

    On exchange of contracts do both my wife and myself have to be present.

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    By Guest on 19/12/2013


    Assuming you have instructed a lawyer to deal with the conveyancing, he or she will arrange for you to sign a copy of the contract and will deal with the exchange on your behalf. Neither of you need to be present. If on the other hand you are doing the conveyancing yourselves then one of you will need to meet the other party armed with a contract signed by both of you or, if the other party is represented by a lawyer, you can post the contract to the lawyer (together with deposit cheque if you are the buyer) and exchange can take place under Law Society Exchange Formula A.

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