"Solicitor with Carriage of Sale"

The vast majority of properties for sale don’t mention anything about the vendor’s solicitor.

So, when might the phrase “Solicitor with Carriage of Sale” be fixed at the end of a house for sale ad?

I have seen it crop up on occasion and, while I expect it in the case of executor sales or auctions, I can’t help wondering when it makes a rare appearance in the case of other property sales.

I wonder is it a subtle way for Estate Agents to say “distressed asset being sold by the bank - feel free to put in a lowball offer”??

Or could it merely be a touch of affectation? Throw in a mention of “solicitors with carriage of sale” and it gives the property a certain… cachet?