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.
1:00 PM - 2:30 PM Eastern Standard Time
Presenter: Jessica Lehman
- Scope of Title Examination
- Realistic Examination and Opinion Timelines
- Spotting Objections
- Deed Issues, Errors and Omissions
- Title Commitment Exceptions That Kill Deals
- Schedule B: Ensuring Necessary Scrutiny
- Title Defects That Can't be Insured
- Unreleased Encumbrances
- Liens and Judgments
- Restrictive Covenants
- Governmental and Other Land Use Restrictions
- Reviewing Land Surveys: Recognizing Issues That Raise Objections
- Tied to the Commitment for Title Insurance
- Easements and Encroachments
- Setback Line Violations
- Geographic Features
- When Objections Can be Made, Should be Made, and Must be Made
- Objections After the Examination Period
- Lenders and Title Objections: How Much Control do Lenders Have?
- Drafting Title Objection Letters - With Examples
- Ensuring Title Objections are Consistent with Sale Contract Requirements
- Ensuring Objections are Clear and Concise
This course is designed for attorneys. Paralegals may also benefit from attending.