Title Insurance can be residential or commercial, and there are two types of Title Insurance policies that may be purchased at the time a property changes from one owner to another: an owner’s policy and a lender’s policy. Both the owner’s policy and the lender’s policy protect the name insured against an unknown defect in the title of property. At Levy Zavet LLP, our Lawyers have years of experience dealing with legal situations related to Title Insurance Claims. Specifically, Levy Zavet LLP’s legal staff works in the Ontario area, all of our Lawyers and Paralegals being well-versed in the provinces own rules and regulations.

Owning a home is one of the most important parts of your life, but having the deed to a piece of land does not necessarily mean that the property is completely yours. Unfortunately, other people may have certain prior rights or claims that your deed will not erase. If you find yourself involved in a legal situation related to Title Insurance Claims, do not hesitate to contact Levy Zavet LLP today. Levy Zavet LLP offers free, confidential consultations to all potential clients, and our Lawyers are some of the best and brightest in the legal field.

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