An in-depth title search is generally comprised of a thorough examination of public records. This can be difficult because, depending on the jurisdiction, liens and judgments on a property may be filed a number of ways -- by the name of the buyer, the name of owner, the street address, lot number, etc.

Many title companies today have created exhaustive and systematic methods for conducting these searches, resulting in large databases of consistently indexed data that facilitate faster and easier title searches. These "title plants," or large stores of uniformly organized public data, help to complete title searches faster and help ensure accuracy.

 

 

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