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Title Insurance Litigaiton

Antonoplos & Associates provides its clients with a comprehensive range of title litigation, title curative and equitable subrogation resolution options. Our goal is to provide our clients with clear and marketable title through title curative actions including correction of legal description errors, resolution by judicial action, equitable subrogation, and securing releases of prior liens, mortgages, and deeds of trust. Our attorneys’ experience in correction of chain of title issues ensures a full spectrum approach with regard to title curative methods and a timely and efficient resolution to any deficiency.

Antonoplos & Associates routinely litigates equitable subrogation matter on behalf of clients in Maryland, Virginia and the District of Columbia. Our clients include mortgage lenders, mortgage servicers, banks, banking associations, and other financial institutions as well as the title insurance industry.

Title Insurance Claims Litigation

Our real estate litigation and title claims litigation attorneys have decades of experience representing the title insurance industry and insured purchasers and lenders in a wide range of title insurance coverage and related title claims litigation matters. Antonoplos & Associates real estate litigators are adept at the analysis of lien priorities and determining the necessary actions to clear title to conform to the insurance coverage.

Our title insurance litigation experience includes:

  • Title Insurance Coverage Claims
  • Escrow Claims
  • Title Irregularities
  • Title Defect Litigation
  • Title Conveyance Issues
  • Easement and Access Disputes
  • Surveys and Boundary Disputes
  • Quiet Title Actions
  • Title Claim Investigation
  • Restrictive Covenants
  • Adverse Possession, Encroachment, And Trespass Claims
  • Breach of Option Agreements
  • Right of First Refusal Claims
  • Mortgage Fraud, Forgery, and Flipping Litigation
  • Defalcation Actions
  • Agent Error and Omissions
  • Validity and Priority of Liens
  • Mechanics’ Liens

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