A solicitor must have his client's express or implied authority to exchange contracts. It has been held that where a contract was to come into existence using the standard form of contract (now the Standard Conditions of Sale and Standard Commercial Property Conditions)1, it was implicit that the contract would come into existence on exchange, and that the client therefore impliedly authorised his solicitor to effect an exchange
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