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The answers regarding consulting with your attorney we agree with. Finally, if you are working with an agent hopefully he or she is touching base with you and informing you of all developments. If you do not have an agent, our advice is to call someone. If we can be of further assistance, please call us at 917-593-4068 (David) or 646-318-5031 (Bonnie).
Good luck to you, and I hope it all works out in your favor!
Bonnie Chernin & David Rogoff
Fillmore Real Estate
2926 Avenue J
Brooklyn, NY 11210
David Mobile: 917-593-4068
Bonnie Mobile: 646-318-5031
If the title is not clear im sure no attorney would like to come on for a clossing.
U will hv to consult him.
You need to speak to your attorney about this and if he or she cannot help you then speak to another attorney for a second opinion. Your lawyer will be working with a title company that researches these things and should be able to help figure out what needs to be done to solve the problem. I have several questions... Is there an estate preceding? Are there any other estate objections that need to be cleared?
In order to close the title company must approve the title. Until that happens the title is not conveyable or insurable and the bank where you went for your mortgage will not close. To give you more input I would need more information. If you want call me and we can discuss this further.
Most importantly, make sure your attorney is on top of it.