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Re: Affidavit of Uninsured Deed

January 20, 2016 11:20PM
Hi Ward

Yes, after speaking with a few title officers, the don't require Affidavit of Uninsured Deed since the recorded quit-claim deed took place such a long time ago.

Is it necessary to have BOTH the Smiths and the Doles sign the deed " ? Or it is sufficient to have just the Smiths who gave up interest sign the deed ? To me, the latter works as well. Just want to see your thought on this. Thanks again.

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Title issue

Andrew 4395 January 16, 2016 05:12PM

Affidavit of Uninsured Deed

Ward-CA 3519 January 18, 2016 10:05AM

Re: Affidavit of Uninsured Deed

Andrew 2493 January 19, 2016 06:07PM

No, ten years is long enough...

Ward-CA 2611 January 20, 2016 08:46AM

Re: Affidavit of Uninsured Deed

Andrew 3035 January 20, 2016 11:20PM

It's just a nimeity...

Ward-CA 2477 January 22, 2016 08:45AM

Thank you, Ward

Andrew 2310 January 22, 2016 08:57AM

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