In the process on buying a property and apparently there is a mistake in the lease document and it has to be amended. Also I asked several time if there are other things to do in order to close the deal (mortgage deed, purchase document etc.) and I never had a clear answer. Now I asked several time : if something else is still to be done, the approximate timeline, when the search has been submitted, when the lease document has been submitted for variation etc. None of these questions had an answer which means I cannot plan anything in terms of timeline. The whole process is essentially a 'black-box' between the 2 lawyers (buyer and seller) with no precise information given to the client.
I am surprised that the lawyer can avoid answering questions and treat the whole process as their matter which the client should not have an understanding on the actual situation.
Is that normal? Is this the right way conveyancing is performed?