Can buyers solicitor draw up deed of covenant?

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    Can buyers solicitor draw up deed of covenant?

    We have been waiting for over a month for freeholders solicitor to provide the deed of covenant for the leasehold flat we are buying (in addition to STILL NOT providing the Fire Risk Assessment). Mortgage offer expires in just over 2 months. Can our (buyers) solicitor draw up the deed? Thanks

    #2
    No but it is not essential anyway although missing FRA is more concerning.
    Probably a good warning of what you can expect in future from this freeholder _- get out while you still can.....

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      It is not unusual for the buyers solicitor to presume to serve a D of C on the landlord. Some leases (admittedly not a high percentage) have a specimen deed of covenant for such use in an appendix. The deed may have special requirements which would become apparent on reading the lease, such as the buyers covenanting to take a share in the management company and assign it with the flat in the future.

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