Searches before completion form part of the investigation of title procedure and should be strictly carried out before a report on title or certificate is submitted to the lender. If not, the report on title or certificate should be qualified by a statement saying that the report is given subject to the results of such searches being satisfactory1. The searches which need to be undertaken are identical to those which are conducted on behalf of a buyer2.
When the same solicitor is acting both for the buyer and his lender, the searches will be carried out once on behalf of
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