Practice Pointers and Real-World Examples
Do you know exactly what to look for when doing title and survey review? Do you know when and how to object - or how to deal with objections? In this program, faculty will provide real-world examples of objectionable exceptions and objection letters. You will also learn best practices for responding to letters and remedying exceptions. Gain practical instruction and tips for representing buyers or sellers - register today!
- Know what you should be looking for in the title commitment, exception documents and land survey.
- Determine when (and when not) to object to title issues.
- Learn how to write a solid and timely title objection letter to protect clients from adverse title issues.
- Find out how to efficiently deal with objections when representing sellers.
1:00 pm - 2:30 pm Eastern Standard Time
Presenter: Kimberly Jackson
- The Purchase Agreement: Setting Forth the Time Frame and Addressing Potential Issues
- Reviewing the Abstract or Title Commitment and Exception Documents
- Identifying Objectionable Exceptions (w/Real-World Examples)
- Deed Issues, Errors and Omissions
- Spotting Title Commitment Exceptions That Kill Deals
- Schedule B: Ensuring Necessary Scrutiny
- Carefully Evaluating Specific Exceptions
- Assessing Unreleased Encumbrances
- Reviewing Liens and Judgments
- Analyzing Restrictive Covenants
- Governmental and Other Land Use Restrictions
- Reviewing Land Surveys and Making Objections
- Analyzing the Survey
- Lodging a Survey Objection
- Practical Tips
- Writing Title Objection Letters (with Samples)
- Responding to Title Objection Letters
- Using Endorsements to Remedy Objections
This course is designed for attorneys. Title professionals, real estate professionals and paralegals may also benefit from attending.