Historical Environmental Chain of Title Reports
Potential environmental liability is a major legal concern in selling or purchasing real estate. Therefore, an historical chain-of-title report is a crucial component in any real estate transaction, as it identifies previous owners and leases, and thus potentially responsible parties.
One of the requirements to qualify for the innocent landowner defense to CERCLA liability are practices that constitute "all appropriate inquiry into the previous ownership and uses of the property consistent with good commercial or customary practice". "The defendant must have undertaken, at the time of acquisition, all appropriate inquiry into the previous ownership." Reference Statute 9601 (35)(B).
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Condition of Title Reports
NETR produces a report specifically for the wireless, cable, satellite and telephone industries. The condition of title report covers easements that may effect the subject property. The condition of title report is also at a cost that is less than an insurance or guarantee.
Property Data Store
Images of recorded documents that can be printed right from your computer are available now from more than 120 counties nationwide.
We also offer Parcel Maps from the western United States, as well as Property Detail reports, Comparables, and a Transfer History reports. Our Property Data Store provides you with courthouse documents instantly.
Like having the keys to the courthouse, you no longer need to work around courthouse hours. Obtain deeds, maps, tax data, mortgages, liens, contracts for sale, leases, power of attorneys, affidavits, judgments and more, without having to pay for parking.
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Public Records Online Directory
One of the goals we have is to bring the courthouse to the people. Our vast experience in researching and retrieving public records in every county in the United States makes us qualified to develop the best recorder/assessor software available. By providing certain county-maintained information online, we are eliminating the need to travel to the courthouse to obtain it.
In addition, our Public Records Online portal links every county web site, providing one-location public access to this information anywhere, at any time.
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