The Pamphlet Collection of Sir Robert Stout: Volume 7
IX.—Duties of Solicitor
IX.—Duties of Solicitor.
The Solicitor of the Association shall peruse and examinethe title to all property from time to time offered as security, and shall prepare the mortgages and other securities to be executed by the members. Should the Solicitor be of opinion that the title to any property cannot be safely accepted by the Association, he shall, if required by the Board of Directors, state the nature of his objections in writing to the Board of Directors; and the cost of investigating such insufficient title shall be borne and paid by the member proposing the security.
Duties of Solicitor.
The Solicitor's charges shall be paid by the member onwhose account they may be incurred.
Solicitor's charges, by whom paid.
The Solicitor shall transact other professional business ofthe Association.
Solicitor to transact all other business.
The Solicitor shall, when requested so to do, attend allmeetings of the Board of Directors, and all meetings of the members of the Society.
Solicitor to attend meetings.