I'm ready to say that is not possible; if the Forclosure didn't remove the Lien, the Title Company would have; that is why you paid for Title Insurance.
You have asked the ultimate authority here; the Title Company, and you are not satisfied.
Something is not right here.
It sounds like you haven't bought this yet, and you do not believe anyone about what is going to hapen.
Good luck and may God bless
Are you in the process of buying this house, or have you already purchased? As a rule, BOA is supposed to give you clear title as part of the transaction - essentially making sure past liens are satisfied and if it was not properly recorded, making sure this is corrected prior to closing.
As part of the issuance of title insurance, the insuring company will check for clouds on title as they don't want to be liable for them after closing. So having title insurance is two fold. It cleans up the title prior to closing while protecting you from future title issues that might've been missed. Most title problems are procedural issues that can be cleaned up by an attorney or title company. However the title insurance would pay for the fixes.
If you still have questions feel free to call or email me.
Park Place Title, Inc.
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Put the house up for sale. You will find out fast enough if you have a clear title. Close that sale at the title company that told you the title is clear. http://www.climerrealestateschool.com