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An enquiry has been raised by the buyer's solicitor in a conveyancing

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An enquiry has been raised by the buyer's solicitor in a conveyancing case asking for the seller's solicitor to obtain confirmation from the Local Authority that the developer has made all financial contributions required by the S106 Agreement. Is this really necessary? Wouldn't something from the Local Authority search confirm that? The Agreemtn is dated May 2004.
Submitted: 2 years ago.
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Expert:  Clare replied 2 years ago.
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It is a reasonable if somewhat pedantic question for the buyer's solicitor to ask as it would not necessarily show up on the search
A belts and braces approach certainly
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