@fm I am not at all interested in whether the broker and the bank have sorted out their customer's loan documents, and why should I be?
I just want the bank to accept the PEXA invitation, make the money available and settle. As I have said before, I resent being a free ride for the mortgage industry when my conveyancing services occupy an entirely separate silo from the mortgage and related hassles with mortgage documents, unrelated titles being offered as loan security, mortgage discharge forms etc. etc.
Just let me do my job, and I'll let the banks and their acolytes do theirs. That way we can all get along just nicely.
@fm I'n not interested in goings on between the bank and its customer for the same reason as I am not interested in what happens between the electricity supplier and its customer - it has nothing to do with me or the conveyancing transaction. As I say, so long as the bank shows up in PEXA with the money all is well. Worrying about bank forms remains a matter entirely between the bank and its customer.
It's the same if my client is borrowing money from his Uncle Harry, and Uncle Harry is arranging for his own lawyer to draw up mortgage documents before dropping funds into my trust account. So long as the funds show up in my trust account I have no interest in the loan arrangement between my client and his uncle; and why should I @fm ?