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The buyer’s solicitor should:
consider the legal team required for the transaction – what level of expertise is needed? who will do what?
consider if specialist advice is required from different departments of the law firm (construction, planning, dispute resolution, tax, indirect investments, environment, employment)
appoint a lead solicitor who will be responsible for co-ordinating not just the legal team (acting as lead contact with the client and the seller’s solicitor) but also coordinating the efforts of the wider due diligence team
Having agreed with the buyer (or lender) on the type of due diligen
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