- 1) Searches public records and examines titles to determine legal condition of property title: Examines copies of records, such as mortgages, liens, judgments, easements, vital statistics, and plat and map books to determine ownership and legal restrictions and to verify legal description of property.
- 2) Copies or summarizes recorded documents, such as mortgages, trust deeds, and contracts affecting condition of title to property.
- 3) Analyzes restrictions and prepares report outlining restrictions and actions required to clear title.
- 4) When working in title-insurance company, prepares and issues policy that guarantees legality of title.
Synergy Staffing Inc - 21 months ago
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