Originally Posted by ginann
We heard from our solicitor today, apparently they're looking to get the contracts signed. We had a clause put in to protect us in case we can't draw down our mortgage for any reason. I think this is a fairly standard clause that people put in.
Would you mind telling me what standard info was excluded from your contract in case it's something we're not aware of?
Can u put the clause that if you cant draw down the mortgage they have to give you your deposit back?? I thought once u sign and then cant pay the money for whatever reason you lose the deposit and this is their way of protecting themselves...
Did your solicitor ask them for more info?
There is not even a property size ,nothing really in our contract apart from marked house on the map and things u cant do around the estate and managment company fee.
Did they supply you with any extra information at all??
Homebond insurancy policy domunt and certificate according to their letter was to follow.
That should be a part of the contract and we still didnt receive that. Just a remark in the brackets in the letter (to follow).
Our solicitor said pages were missing not numbered correctly etc.
He went back to them and ask to correct it all include more info etc.