Mortgage Express v Sawali

10 Nov 2010

A clause in a mortgage application authorising disclosure of the entire transaction file to the lender by the solicitor acting for both parties was unambiguous and binding on both parties. It had to be construed as a waiver or legal professional privilege.

John de Waal acted for the applicant.



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