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An affidavit in lieu is a sworn written statement that may be used in the place of something, like a lost auto title or registration to be used as proof of the facts contained therein.
An Affidavit of Title is a legal document provided by the seller of a piece of property that explicitly states the status of potential legal issues involving the property or the seller. The affidavit is a sworn statement of fact that specifies the seller of a property holds the title to it.
An Affidavit of Ownership is often used when a Deed or Certificate of Title isn't enough. ... Or, county recorders may require you to provide additional proof of your ownership. Your Affidavit declares you are the rightful owner of the property or vehicle and explains the details of your ownership.
Once signed, the document is legally binding and the person signing is subject to being charged with perjury if the affidavit contains false information. To explore this concept, consider the following affidavit definition.
An affidavit is a sworn statement, made in front of a notary or other officer authorized to administer oaths. An affidavit of deed confirms delivery and acceptance of a deed by the grantee, and thereby its validity.
Title: A title refers to a person's legal relationship to the land they own and creates a right to that specific piece of property. For example, if you get a loan from a bank to purchase property, the bank will hold title to the property until the loan is paid off.
Summary. This form is an Owner's Affidavit & Gap Indemnity. It is used in real estate purchase and sale and refinancing transactions to induce the title insurance company to delete certain standard exceptions from the title insurance policy.
An Owner's Affidavit is a sworn statement by the seller of real property that the seller is either unaware of any problems with title to the property or is disclosing any problems that the seller is aware of. For example, a fence misalignment or encroachment.
An Affidavit of Title is a legal document provided by the seller of a piece of property that explicitly states the status of potential legal issues involving the property or the seller. The affidavit is a sworn statement of fact that specifies the seller of a property holds the title to it.
A mutual indemnity agreement, also known as a mutual indemnity treaty, is an agreement (not a legally binding contract) between specific underwriters within a state to indemnify or hold one another harmless for some loss or damage for specific actions that may cause damage or loss related to a potential title claim.
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