Defects in a lender’s security instrument or other documentation may impact a lender’s ability to enforce their lien through foreclosure. Common defects can include, but are not limited to; a failure to record, failures to properly execute, and errors in the legal description. If a defect is discovered, Activist Legal and local counsel can review the defect and determine the best course of action to cure the defect.
Contact Activist Legal for assistance with title claims and title actions to cure defects.
If title insurance is available on a deed of trust or mortgage, Activist Legal and local counsel can assist with the filing of a claim with the insurer.
If the title insurer denies the claim or title insurance is not available, Activist Legal work with local counsel to file a complaint to seek a judgment from the court to cure the title defect.