Following investigation of title, the solicitor1 is required to make a report on title to his lender client certifying that he has carried out a full investigation in accordance with the lender's instructions and that the title to the property is good and marketable. In residential transactions, the report on title may be in the form of a certificate; in other transactions, the CLLS Certificate and Short Form Report on Title may be used2. At the stage when the report on title or certificate is submitted to the lender, there should be no remaining queries on the title, any
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