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    Conveyancer To Deal With Auction Property

    I've found a property at auction that I'd like to buy but am looking for someone to review the legal pack for me and deal with the purchase after the auction ends. I spoke to a couple of local solicitors who deal with property but they do not offer any services reviewing legal packs and don't seem confident they would be able to complete within the required 28 day period. Does anyone know of any conveyancers they would recommend to deal with property bought at auction?

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    There are a number of them, you will have to pay a premium for it, and the pre-auction pack will cost money, but some take this off if you are successful at the auction.

    Medium sized to Large solicitors will be able to do it, you can find also some on the catalogues of the auction, but make sure they aren't the same solictors as they wont be able to serve both parties.

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