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Have you been in contact with your conveyancing solicitor about finding their new address?
When she calls she should ask for the solicitor to ask your vendor's solicitor to confrim their new address on headed paper. They will have it and the letter in reply should be forwarded to you by your solicitor.
Obviously you should also ask your solicitor to request that they update their records appropriately.
You to keep a copy of the letter and the most recent official copies for the property with you at the property to produce to any persons who attend with regard to your vendors. Attach these to a letter explaining that the accounts that you have been contacted about are in fact those accounts of your vendor and they would contact them at the address given by the solicitor.
No liability will attach to you because you will be able to prove when you bought the property from the vendors.
It's an adminsstrative hassle but it's nothing more than that.
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