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  Certificate Of Title Definition
Certificate Of Title When you purchase a home, a title company or an attorney will be hired to research and ensure that the title to the property that you are purchasing is legally and rightfully held by the seller and that the title is free and clear of any liens and encumbrances (except, perhaps, any liens due to loans that will be paid at closing). Once the company verifies this information, they will issue a certificate of title.
   
   
   


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