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The closing attorney carefully reviews the title examination to ensure there are no title defects; if there are any issues, the attorney will work with all parties to resolve them.
December 22, 2021
Perhaps the biggest advantage to using attorneys as settlement agents is the fact that title agents do not have law degrees and cannot provide legal advice, input, or guidance, and they often simply don’t have the knowledge or experience to address complex legal problems that arise.
December 17, 2021
In terms of language, if the power of attorney form is used only for the purpose of transferring a title, make sure you include words that represent that such as …limited to completing all documents needed to transfer ownership of vehicle described this document.
December 15, 2021
Depending on the issue, a title agent will in fact have to send parties out to hire an attorney (at their own expense) to handle specific problems.
December 14, 2021
In some cases, using an attorney can actually save the parties money by performing double duty as an attorney and a title agent; a title agent cannot do the same.
December 11, 2021