Does my attorney need to review my mortgage commitment before I accept it?

Updated March 13, 2023.

No, not unless you have any questions or concerns. However, your attorney does need to be advised when you receive and accept your commitment and your attorney does need to receive a copy of your commitment once you have accepted it. Do not rely on your bank to do so. Send your attorney a copy of your commitment letter once you have received and accepted it.


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