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QWhat happens if a warranty deed is lost and it wasn't recorded and there is no title insurance for the property

What if a deed of trust is lost and there was no insurance and no title to the property
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#1BradAnswered at 2012-04-16 06:39:19
The first solution is to obtain an act of confirmation of the grantor on the lost work or their heirs. If that is not possible, then you need to consult with an attorney who specializes in real estate law . You probably have to file a quiet title action in a court of equity . You must provide proof of your claim and expect the judge will issue a decree in his favor. There is no reason not to record a deed immediately. It is proof of ownership and can not be replaced unless the grantor will execute a work of replacement. Title insurance protects the land owner ENGRAVING . Their situation would be covered by any title insurance policy if the current "owner " has lost the script without recording. They have no title until the court creates a court order.
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