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Data Due Diligence When It Matters

This article was contributed by Tim Champney, Commercial Product Director, Dye & Durham UK    Every property transaction requires legal due diligence that involves accessing key searches and obtaining pertinent data insights. That includes environmental and flood reports, Local Authority and land charges searches, and information on planning, drainage and water, mining, subsidence, and climate risk.    Most UK real estate and legal professionals have already established partnerships with trusted data providers to access this information. Terrafirma, for example, provides…

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