Title search


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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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If the reader can tolerate the double and triple negatives by which oratorical style sends the eye skittering and the dependent clauses that occasionally pile up at the outset of paragraphs, this title search for the origins of Canadian land law will be absorbing and worthwhile.
While the title search discount is discretionary in New Hampshire, O'Brien said, he argued that by offering the discount to some consumers, the others were entitled as well.
Students are asked to print out pages from a library database title search on "modernism" (or other term) and use the titles exclusively to arrive at a working definition of the movement, its historical period, and its adherents.
If the survey and the title search uncover no problems, you qualify for title insurance which further protects you against claims on your property.
You take a finite contract, and work out how much it costs to do a title search, and eventually what happens is that you end up with about 50% to 70% of the premium that is unaccounted for, because there is nothing that is called commissions.
The title abstracting services are limited to (1) performing a title search of aircraft records and (2) reporting factual information on the ownership history of the relevant aircraft and the existence of liens and encumbrances affecting title to the aircraft.
Intermediary A, the mortgage broker or title search company, controls the selection of the insurance policy by customer C, the home and mortgage buyer, sold by vendor B, the mortgage insurer.
A title search that costs $75 is billed at $175, and sometimes much more, with another $1000 piled on for title insurance.
A title search revealed the lien when the wife attempted to sell the property.
After doing an Abstract Text search, it might help to scan through an Abstract Title search as well, to spot anything important which is missing.
Only an owner's policy fully protects the buyer should a covered title problem arise that was not found during a title search, including ownership challenges.
com)-- AtClose has launched integration with Visionet's OCR (Optical Character Recognition)-based VLR (VisiLoanReview) technology that extracts data from Title Search documents such as Deed, Mortgage, and Liens/Judgments, and automates data entry for commitment generation and other title products.