They asked the courts to affirm that the foreclosures were valid so they could get title insurance. That pulled the borrowers. But litigation isn’t over, Ibanez’ attorney, Paul Collier, says. He.
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Office of Insured Housing and Finance, GH. SUBJECT: Title Insurance Issues. Background. Section 207.36 of Title 24 of the Code of Federal. Regulations requires a mortgagee to furnish a survey and a policy. of title insurance or its equivalent as a prerequisite to the. closing of an insured multifamily housing loan.
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S&P settles with SEC for $58 million over bond ratings fraud – Insurers, Lenders Fight Over Foreclosure’s Policy Impact Servicers who are found to have acted fraudulently may be subject to sanctions, legal costs and dismissal of pending foreclosures. Reopened foreclosures will also impact title insurers.
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