Title Abstractor Benefits
6 October 2021
6 October 2021,
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In the process of a title search, many problems can happen. Errors and omissions insurance* protects title abstractors from:

  • An incomplete title review
  • A land subdivision occurred but was not found
  • A deed entry was not found or deed fraud happened
  • Not enough documentation was offered or improper documentation was presented
  • Will and probate entry were not found
  • Liens, encumbrances, encroachments or easements were not located
  • An incorrect parcel of land was searched
  • A contract that was breached

* Check your actual insurance policy for details regarding coverage, exclusions, and limitations.

Even if a title abstractor acts in good faith and performs in a professional manner during a title transaction, they could still be sued. Don’t face thousands of dollars in legal fees, get your E&O coverage and protect yourself from lawsuits.

TIAC is the only errors and omissions insurer recommended by all major title insurers, including Fidelity National, First American, Old Republic, Stewart Title, and regional underwriters like Security Title Guarantee of Baltimore and Agents National Title Insurance Company.

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