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Now or Then? The Time of Loss in Title Insurance

by Matthew C. Lucas
Title insurance may be the least understood form of insurance in the public market. For most, it probably connotes little more than a vague recollection of a charge on a closing statement when buying or selling a home. Even for those who make it a habit of reviewing their insurance policies’ terms, a title policy will likely pose something of a comprehensive challenge. It would seem to function contrary to almost every other means of insuring against risk, and, in fact, that is precisely how it operates, because the risks title insurance covers are those accruing from the past, not in the future.

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December 2011
Volume 85, No. 10
Cracking the Mortgage Assignment Shell Game

by David E. Peterson
(Nov. 2011)

The Admissibility of Dedication Requirements in Condemnation Cases: No Longer the Road Less Traveled — Debra Herman and Jorge Martinez-Esteve (Nov. 2011)

The Florida Attorney General’s Environmental Protection Authority Roger B. Handberg (Nov. 2011)

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