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Title Company Error and now I have to pay.

Discussion in 'Homeowners Associations & Boards' started by Juan Melendez, Dec 19, 2018.

  1. Juan Melendez

    Juan Melendez Law Topic Starter New Member

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    This is my situation. I closed on a property on July 2018. It was a regular sale and regular finance. no, foreclosure or Shortsale. This property pays two separate associations. One for the HOA and one for a clubhouse. During the due diligence performed by the Title company, they contacted the incorrect managing company for the clubhouse and failed to discover an outstanding debt for the clubhouse dues. I know they contacted the wrong company because they said so on an email conversation. Now I received letters from the clubhouse lawyers with the intent to record a lien on my property. Each month the amount is going up exponential. I put a claim to the title insurance but they denied coverage. I requested reconsideration, but they are procrastinating the issue. They say they are investigating but it seems that they are investigating in how the could find a way out of paying. My question is:
    Does the title company bares any responsibility and should they pay for there error?

    Any advice would be appreciated.
     
  2. zddoodah

    zddoodah Well-Known Member

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    One would need to review the title policy and the preliminary title report (and any other relevant documents) to opine intelligently about the title company's potential liability.
     
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  3. flyingron

    flyingron Well-Known Member

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    He also needs to read the agreements he signed with the title house covering the preparation of the closing. I almost guarantee it holds them not responsible for such errors.
     

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