Top Ten Title Defects – Cured – National Business Institute

December 3, 2015 Uncategorized

Location: Crowne Plaza Syracuse, 701 E. Genesee Street, Syracuse, New York

Tom Taylor and Gilbert Hoffman will be speaking at this National Business Institute seminar on December 3, 2015 at the Crowne Plaza in Syracuse. Their topics will include: Break in Chain of Title; Rights of Third Parties; Mortgage-Related Defects; Easements/Encroachments/Setback Issues; Legal Description Issues; and Judgments and Liens.

This intermediate level course provides practical information on the most often encountered defects for:

  • Attorneys
  • Real Estate Professionals
  • Title Professionals
  • Settlement Agents
  • Closers
  • Underwriters
  • Paralegals

Collect Years of Title Experience in One Day

In preparation for this practical, nuts and bolts course, veteran title practitioners across the nation were asked what they consider the top defects they’ve had to resolve over the last few years. The responses were compiled and now experienced faculty is ready to take you through the list of problems most often encountered and increasingly litigated. They’ll provide you with best practices for curing each one in an engaging presentation of real-life scenarios and examples. Collect years of experience in resolving defects in one full-day course. Register today!

  • Learn best practices for curing the most common defects that attorneys are encountering today, so you can ensure a clear title.
  • Prevent real estate transactions from falling through because of a break in the chain of title, legal description errors or unreleased secured loans.
  • Find out how experienced practitioners are curing access, easement and encroachment problems.
  • Obtain releases for judgment liens, mechanics’ liens and other claimed interests attached to real property.
  • Discover how to resolve a defective mortgage foreclosure and how to release mortgages from lenders who don’t exist anymore.
  • Confidently satisfy missed tax liens or redeem unpaid taxes bought by tax purchasers.
  • Don’t let missing information in the title stall probate procedures upon the property owner’s death.
  • Understand how to handle mortgage fraud and improper actions by closing agents.
  • Ensure it’s possible to obtain title insurance coverage against any remaining problems.

For more information please visit the NBI website at


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