Property titles aren’t as clearcut or solid as many owners believe and the traditional system of recording evidence of title can be confusing. Shockingly, often a title is discovered to be uncertain just days before a closing, creating problems for all of the parties involved.
Litigation over a property title may also arise when a buyer does not receive the anticipated property. In such cases, a buyer will turn to the title insurance company to cover the difference in value between the anticipated property and property actually conveyed. What is the extent of the title insurance policy’s coverage? The answer may not be clear.
Bloom Sugarman understands the stress surrounding title questions and has years of experience resolving situations like these. We help clients navigate through the mire of title issues to avoid the problems that could so easily bog down the closing. And when there is a threat of financial loss, Bloom Sugarman’s aggressive representation ensures that our clients are able to secure all rights and privileges afforded under their title insurance policies.
For more information contact Simon H. Bloom.