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Conveying Title To Real Estate: As-Is V. Repair Limit Contract

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Conveying Title To Real Estate: As-Is V. Repair Limit Contract By Shawn Yesner of Yesner Law posted in Title on Wednesday, March 15, 2017. Most sellers (and importantly some Realtors and attorneys) believe the As-Is Residential Real Estate contract is better for them to convey title to their property, because they’re selling the house… Read More »

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Title Issues Raised By Marital Status

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Why do Title Deeds in Florida recite the marital status of the grantor, or contain a statement that the property does not constitute the homestead of the Grantor? Article X, Section 4 of the Florida Constitution provides that “The owner of homestead real estate, joined by the spouse if married, may alienate the homestead… Read More »

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Hiring The Right Bankruptcy Attorney

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Thank you to one of our podcast listeners, Tiffany, on a great question, or questions: “Why should I hire a bankruptcy attorney?” and “What are some different tips on hiring the RIGHT bankruptcy attorney?” My philosophy on hiring an attorney is the same as hiring a CPA, Auto Mechanic, Air Conditioner Repairman, Plumber, Realtor,… Read More »

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How To Read A Title Insurance Commitment

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Title Insurance is like any other type of insurance. It is a policy that protects the ownership interest of the buyer (and lien interest of the lender) for anything that happened to or upon the property prior to the closing date. Title Insurance is also often misunderstood and under-appreciated by the buyer. The purpose… Read More »

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How To Convey Title: Warranty, Special Warranty Or Quit-Claim?

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There are three different forms of deed that can be used to convey title to real estate in Florida: Warranty Deeds, Special Warranty Deeds and Quit-Claim Deeds. Florida Statute 689.01 requires that conveyances of property be by written instrument, signed before two witnesses and a notary public. While Florida Statutes provide a specific form… Read More »

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