By convention on completion 'the money goes to the deeds', that is the buyer goes to the seller's solicitor's office to effect completion. This convention is followed in the Standard Contractual Conditions1 which state that completion is to take place either at the seller's solicitor's office or at some other place which the seller reasonably specifies. The choice of venue is therefore a matter for the seller's solicitor to decide2 and should normally be communicated to the buyer's solicitor in answer to the buyer's requisitions on title3. Where the seller has an undischarged mortgage over the property and the
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