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 Re: "Legal Description"
Posted by Terri - CA on 12/8/04 8:17pm

How would the borrower's know if any legal description provided is the correct one? How would I know it's the correct one? I recently had a mortgage company contact me for a resign of the Deed of Trust for a signing I did over a year ago. Why? because the wrong legal description was recorded with the Deed. Seems that the legal that was with the Deed was for their neighbor and I suspect that the neighbors were either refinancing or selling the propery and they found the lien. Nothing I or the borrowers could have done to make sure that the legal was correct. If the legal isn't there, I don't go looking for it because I know even if it was I wouldn't know if it was correct. But what I do know is that the document isn't going to record without it.
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