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Because of the specific legal status of the binding offer in terms of the lender’s exposure, and the sometimes subtle distinction between binding and non-binding conditions, it is imperative for loan processing systems to be able to properly identify and manage both types of conditions, and provide relevant warnings and security controls to ensure that, for example, a binding offer cannot be issued with non-binding conditions attached.
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