CLOSING AND ESCROW DISPUTES
We frequently encounter claims arising from errors based on improper disbursements made at closing or the failure to pay off a prior lien, mortgage or deed of trust. These may also include the failure to obtain a release of a prior lien or home equity line of credit despite full payoff at closing. Closing and disbursing errors made at closing may result in lien priority disputes, and potentially foreclosure actions requiring the filing of emergency requests for restraining orders to prevent loss of property on behalf of insured owners and lenders.
Additional closing errors may involve fraud, forgery, RESPA (the Real Estate Settlement Procedures Act), lender’s written escrow instructions, or may arise in connection with construction disbursement.
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