Confidently Handle Title Objections
When you spot potential issues on a title commitment, you need to know when and how to raise objections. This fast-paced course will walk through some of the top concerns buyers need to object to, the use of different types of land surveys and how they can be used, drafting title objection letters and much more. Take the confusion out of title objection issues - register today!
- Learn how to handle title commitment exceptions that can ruin a deal.
- Understand how to review land surveys and cross-referencing them with the title commitment.
- Determine the lender's role in how much control they have in title objections.
Session time: 1:00 - 2:30 PM Eastern
Presented by: Mary A. Slade
- Ensuring Sale Contract Provisions Have Realistic Title Examination Timelines
- Spotting the Top Title Issues Buyers Must Object To
- Deed Issues, Errors and Omissions
- Title Commitment Exceptions That Kill Deals
- Schedule B of the Title Commitment: Ensuring Necessary Scrutiny
- Spotting Title Defects That Can't be Insured Over
- Recorded Encumbrances: Do They Hinder Future Uses?
- Reviewing Land Surveys: Recognizing Issues That Raise Objections
- Which Land Surveys Can and Can't be Used?
- Cross-Referencing the Title Commitment
- Easements and Encroachments
- Setback Line Violations
- Restrictive Covenants
- Analyzing Title Issues: When Objections Should be Made
- Title Issues That May Not be a Problem: What to do if You're on the Fence
- What to do if Objections Must be Made After the Title Examination Period
- Lenders and Title Objections: How Much Control do They Have?
- Ensuring Lenders' Ability to Address Issues Isn't Undermined
- Drafting Title Objection Letters That Draw Clear Lines in the Sand - With Examples
- Ensuring Title Objections Mesh with Sale Contract Requirements
- The Top Factors That Influence Success
- Ensuring Objections are Clear and Concise
This course is designed for attorneys. Paralegals may also benefit from attending.