Trowers comments: Financing transactions – when does 'no due diligence' really mean 'no due diligence'?


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Parties may agree at the outset of a funding transaction that no property due diligence is required, but it is not always so straight forward.

Sarah Darvell considers in Social Housing how this is not always so straightforward. 

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