In addition to matters obtained from instructions from the client1, the client should also be given a detailed breakdown of the costs and disbursements which will be payable to the solicitor; and the solicitor should at this stage carry out a preliminary financial calculation to ensure that there will be sufficient funds available to meet the client's commitment to the proposed transaction. The buyer's responsibilities in relation to stamp duty land tax (SDLT) should also be explained to him
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