In some cases the buyer's solicitor will need to serve notice on a third party following completion, for example to a landlord of an assignment or mortgage, to a sitting tenant or to an insurance company of the assignment of a life assurance policy1.
Any such notice should be given in duplicate. The recipient of the notice should be requested to sign one copy of the notice to acknowledge its receipt, and to return the receipted copy to the sender. The receipted copy will then be kept with the title deeds as evidence of compliance with this requirement.
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