Asked by Tom, Jacksonville, FL • Tue Dec 17, 2013
Own my property for 3 years. Clear title. No mortgage. Chase was the holder of prior owner mortgage and escrow agent to pay taxes-insurance. Public records show that Release of Mortgage was filed and recorded prior to my purchase - a well known law office certified clear title on the property and filed our deed. Question 1: why on earth is Chase still claiming to be escrow with the Tax Collector, who in turn records them on MY tax bill. The tax collector sent 2 letters in the past 3 years to chase telling them they are no longer an escrow- I have copies of the letters.The tax collector claims that I have to tell chase to stop requesting info. I tried contacting chase without results -they do not care. I also have no relationship with Chase.
Question 2: Why is the Tax Collector NOT challenging Chase's claim since they know that chase doesn't have any right to claim or manage any interest in my property. Do big banks trump property rights nowadays? Please enlighten me.
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