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What does 'Further Enquiries' mean?

Further Enquiries

After a sale has been agreed the vendor's solicitor will send the buyer's solicitor the contract and a number of other papers relevant to the sale. The vendor's solicitor may decide this is all that he needs. However he may decide he requires more information either for his own piece of mind or because the mortgage lender requires it. As such he will ask these further questions and refer to the situation as 'I am raising further enquiries'.

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"... even on the survey. When the replies have come back they pass the results onto the next team who are qualified solicitors. They look at the replies and all the paperwork and then raise further enquiries where their standard systems have not closed off the gaps. This system is slow and..."

"... (see below). Your solicitors responsibilities are to: Check the set of paperwork sent by the vendor's solicitor Request any further enquiries from the vendor's solicitor Apply for searches Check your mortgage offer Issue you with a report Exchange Contracts Complete - Checking..."
"... think a deed of variation is adequately worded and wants a new one drawn up. The freeholder is offended and refuses to do so - Requesting further enquiries - With so many pitfalls in the documentation it is not surprising that your solicitor may want to ask further questions of the..."
"... instructed by the vendor the role of this solicitor is to: Send the standard set of paperwork to your solicitor Reply to any further enquiries your solicitor has Send the approved contract to your solicitor and to the vendor Exchange Contracts Complete - Sending the Paperwork -..."
"... property which required Building Regulation Approval and has a Building Regulation Approval certificate but cannot find it. - Replying to further enquiries - Once your solicitor has been through the first batch of paperwork sent by the vendor's solicitor he is likely to have some extra..."

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