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How to Identify and Resolve Real Property Title Issues in Tennessee -
Webinar is now available on-demand. NOTE: On-Demand webinars are not eligible for CLE credit.
WEBINAR SNAPSHOT: Learn how to spot and react to title issues when executing real estate transactions in Tennessee.
When executing due diligence in a Tennessee real estate transaction, are you reviewing the title using the latest tools and developments?
Real estate law is one area where many legal malpractice lawsuits arise. You must stay current and follow the necessary steps in order to avoid costly mistakes. A missed lien or other encumbrance could cost you and your client.
Use this on-demand webinar for a quick review of the essential aspects of a title exam in Tennessee. Your presenter, an experienced Tennessee real estate attorney, will provide real-world examples of title exam pitfalls and show you how to avoid them. You’ll also learn how to resolve the title defects that you encounter in your review. All so you can provide superior service to your clients.
- Forms, procedure, and process
- Identifying and resolving issues in chain of title
- Missing or incorrect elements
- Defects in execution
- Heirship and probate matters
- Encumbrances—physical and legal
- Tax sales
- Form and purpose of final product
Learn how to spot and react to title issues when executing real estate transactions with this on-demand webinar.
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About Your Presenter
Ralph “Al” Owen Frazier, Jr.
Ralph “Al” Owen Frazier, Jr. has served the Nashville business community and private clients in areas ranging from probate law and family law, to business representation and civil litigation. He associated with Bankers Title & Escrow Corporation in 2007 to specialize in the area of real estate and transactional law and opened Bankers Title & Escrow Dickson, PLLC, as a principal. In 2016, Mr. Frazier joined Old Republic National Title Insurance Company in its Tennessee office as Underwriting Counsel.
Mr. Frazier is a published author of articles on probate law issues with the Nashville Bar Journal. He is a member of the Nashville Bar Association (NBA), Tennessee Bar Association (TBA), American Bar Association (ABA), ABA General/Solo Section Member, and has served on the Editorial Committee of the Nashville Bar Journal. Mr. Frazier is a frequent speaker and CLE instructor on real estate legal issues, especially in the areas of title insurance and probate.