Practice/Industry Group Overview
Nexsen Pruet's highly experienced real estate attorneys practice across the Carolinas, including all areas of title insurance claims and title insurance law in both states.
Our Real Estate Group has represented major title insurance companies across the nation, as well as commercial lenders, residential lenders and property owners in title disputes.
Our principal areas of title insurance practice include:
- Title reformation actions
- Quiet-title actions
- Coverage issues
- Mechanics' and materialmen's liens
- Lien-priority disputes
- Boundary disputes
- Easements and access issues
- Title claims involving fraud, forgery, and undue influence
- Restrictive covenants
- Contract disputes
- Zoning disputes
- Legal malpractice disputes
Defalcation cases and trustee matters
In addition, our attorneys also represent title insurance companies in defalcation cases and trustee matters.
In the event of a defalcation of trust funds by an attorney, our lawyers represent title insurance companies, handle audits of title files, and negotiate and litigate for damages suffered by title insurance firms.
We also serve as trustees, serve as counsel for title insurance companies when a trustee has been appointed, and serve as counsel in voluntary audits of title files on behalf of title insurance companies.
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Countdown to TRID Implementation
Brooks F. Bossong, October 07, 2015
The effective date for implementation of the “TILA-RESPA Integrated Disclosure” rule, or “TRID” for short, is just around the corner - October 3rd. Originally the effective date was August 1st but that date was extended by the CFPB to October 3rd (re my July 23 post for the...
EPA, Corps of Engineers Issue New Clean Water Act Rule
James W. Potter, June 18, 2015
On May 27, 2015 the EPA and the Corps of Engineers issued a prepublication version of its final rule to define "waters of the United States" 40 CFR 230. Soon the final rule will be published in the Federal Register and will take effect sixty days after publication.