Clear Title Lawyers in Okaloosa County
Put Chesser & Barr, P.A. on Your Side Today
In the real estate industry, “clear title” is a simple way
of stating that a property owner’s title to property is not only
valid, but free of defects. Having clear title is extremely important
when embarking on real estate endeavors – you cannot sell or transfer
property if there is an issue with the title.
Handling the legal aspects of real estate matters, especially in instances
that involve an imperfect title, can be extremely difficult without proper
representation. Since 1978, the dedicated real estate attorneys at Chesser
& Barr, P.A. have successfully helped clients find favorable solutions
in a wide range of
real estate issues. When you come to our firm, you can trust that you’re seen as more
than just a file number. We take the time to get to know your story and
customize our representation to fit your needs.
We’re well-versed in property management law. Call (850) 610-7471
to learn how we can help today!
When does a title defect occur?
A “cloud on title,” often referred to as a defected title,
can occur for several reasons. If your title is facing encumbrances, for
example, it means that there is some interference on the title that needs
to be handled before it’s sold. This is especially common in cases
where an individual is given rights to a property by someone other than
Issues with a “cloud on title” can include the following:
- Errors with prior recordings of the title
- Discrepancies in the way the property is described in documents
- Errors encumbrances and easements on the property
Proven Legal Advocacy For You
Buying, selling, and maintaining property is a full-time job. When you
come to our firm, you can trust that we take the time to listen to all
of your concerns and provide you with a client-focused and goals-oriented solution.
Our Okaloosa County clear title attorneys are ready to hear from you! Contact us to
schedule a case evaluation.