- June 15, 2017
- Posted by: U.S. Title Records
- Category: Lien and Title Search, Preliminary title search
Just so I am clear about this, the preliminary title report you provide will contain sufficient information for our client to submit to the city of San Bernardino for his lot merger. I just want to make sure that it will be accepted by the agency. We normally use another title company, but they have raised their rates again so I found you guys. Since you aren’t local, I just want to make sure you will provide what we need.
David. This was assigned to me for further response. We do not know whether a city or other entity will accept a particular report, so it is important that you ask the city directly before placing an order. You may wish to ask what information they need from the preliminary title report and we can then ensure that information is contained in our report. Generally, a preliminary title report reflects ownership, liens/encumbrances and other exceptions to title. That information is obtained from documents recorded on a given property address. Please note that all preliminary title reports, whether obtained through U.S. Title Records or a conventional title company are for research purposes and do not come with title insurance.