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Title search

Investigation conducted to see that the ownership of a property is free of liens and other encumbrances.

title search

An inquiry into the historical ownership record of a property in order to ascertain its true ownership and the possible existence of any liens or easements on the property which might affect its sale.
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Therefore, when applying for a loan in a bank, they demand for a title report of the said land plot.
After obtaining the title report, counsel should inspect the property in which an interest is sought.
Until now the only way to get a Preliminary Title Report, was through a Title Company, which will not issue a Preliminary Title report for Legal use.
The title report will raise any Lis Pendens of record against the property, which must be canceled once the lender receives the negotiated payoff funds.
Judgments against former owners who transferred title without consideration should be taken into account when listed in the title report.
Tenders are invited for provide evidence of ownership and title report services with firm.
The first seminar, Introduction to Title Insurance, illustrates its usefulness in real estate transactions, how it differs from other forms of insurance and will include the examination of a model title report and address clearance issues that must be resolved in order to proceed to closing.
Tenders are invited for Real Estate Evidence Of Ownership And Title Report Services
Title report shall include all interests in, encumbrances, or liens of record upon the property, including those of contract vendors and purchasers, (except easements, covenants, conditions and restrictions recorded PRIOR to January 1st of the oldest year for which tax of other amount is being foreclosed) together with the excise tax affidavit number, if any, for each document by which each such interest or lien was acquired, specifically including all Federal tax liens and Washington State liens and judgments in courts of record, as well as copies of all recorded documents for encumbrances still unsatisfied, including Internal Revenue liens; B.
Technology and the Internet are transforming the data searching and title report generation process.
After the publisher made a deal with the buyer, the attorney discovered the title report indicated some permits were open and numerous illegal additions and alterations had been made.