Survey Affidavit Of No Change

At real estate closings, it has become prevailing practice for sellers to sign, and buyers to accept a “Survey Affidavit Of No Change.” This practice may saddle both buyer and seller with more liability than they realize. The practice transfers liability from a professional surveyor to unqualified parties. Read this article for an in-depth look at how it works, and the problems signing such affidavits can present.

By | 2010-08-11T12:06:25+00:00 August 11th, 2010|Due Diligence, Legal issues|Comments Off on Survey Affidavit Of No Change

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