What does 'DX System' mean when buying a property?

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DX System

All professional property solicitors (also known as conveyancers) are part of the DX system (short for "Document Exchange").

This is an express service which allows solicitors to move large amounts of paperwork between each other quickly. As such they often use terms such as "I will DX it tonight". Note you should avoid using solicitors who are not on the DX system as they slow down the buying process immeasurably and Time Costs Deals.

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"... solicitors without email, it says a great deal about their understanding of modern technology, and about the way they work in general. - The dx System - Unbeknown to most people solicitors have their own postal system known as dx (Document Exchange) which allows them to move large documents..."
"... to most people solicitors have their own postal system known as dx (Document Exchange) which allows them to move large documents rapidly between each other. Very small solicitors or extremely old fashioned ones have not invested in this and so much backwarding and forwarding is reliant on the post. Considering the number of strikes at individual sorting offices over the last few years the last place you want your signed contract is in a sorting office while postal workers argue over health and safety or pay and..."
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