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Source of funds
In a position to buy a flat with cash for less than £400,000. The solicitor gave me a form to fill to show source of funds. Not sure what to put. My parents have been saving for me since I was 7 yrs and every year they put money in my account for a cash isa for past twenty years. They have also invested in shares and pep on my behalf. These monies are in my account. So do I put most if the money were gifted by both parents. I will be speaking to my solicitor in the meantime would like to hear from others with similar experiences. Thanks.
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