TITLE INSURER HAD NO DUTY TO DISCOVER LOTS WERE IN HISTORICAL DISTRICT Dave Robbins Constr. v. First Am. Title Co. | Secondary Sources | Westlaw

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TITLE INSURER HAD NO DUTY TO DISCOVER LOTS WERE IN HISTORICAL DISTRICT

Dave Robbins Constr. v. First Am. Title Co.

An insurer did not act improperly when it failed to investigate historical records before issuing preliminary commitments for title insurance to a builder, a Washington state appellate court has ruled.
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