Posted by B. Lasker on April 07, 2007 at 18:59:33:
I have an opportunity to bid on a foreclosure property, next month; but the recorded deed from the seller to the present owner has an error. The attorney who made up the deed is from another county, not the county where the property is located.
On the "printed deed form" he used, the "printing" says that the property is in the attorney's (wrong) county, not the county where the property is actually located (Both counties are in the same state). But the "typed" information on the deed gives the correct seller, buyer, the correct legal description, and the correct street address, city and zip code; but does not mention the county example:
1600 Pensylvania Avenue
Washington, D. C. 20500
If I "win" the property at the sale, can the owner's attorney successfully prevent me from getting the property because of an incorrect county name on the printed deed which transfers the property to the current owner?
Thank you for your help.
- Re: Bidding on foreclosure property with error on deed John Behle 20:09:48 4/07/2007 (0)
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