Dear Forms Committee: What could a buyer object to in a title report?
Encroachments, liens, access problems, or CC&R limitations are a few examples of items that might be important to the buyer. The buyer is responsible for reviewing all items within the title report and objecting to any items within the timeframe specified in the sale agreement.
Title exceptions can be eliminated if they have been included by mistake or if the title insurance company decides the risk of a claim is small. In response to a buyer’s title objection, a seller may be able to remove a problem that creates an exception.
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