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A question arose as to the Duke of York's title after 1674; reconveyances were made, but in spite of past assurances the duke claimed the proprietary right of government.
Among the deeds transmitted to me by the Board from Raleigh are also sundry reconveyances of large tracts in Tyrrell Co; one in particular, for 40,000 acres on the west Side of Aligator River and east Side of Aligator Lake, and a second for 22,000 acres of revested land lying near Pungo Lake -- known as Jones and Davis Patent.
In addition, you will resolve routine title issues including, but not limited to the following: vesting issues, child support liens, judgment liens, mechanic liens and undisclosed liens reconveyances; may processes subordinations;
In the case of unauthorized reconveyances, such as the one in the case before it, the court found that former Civil Code section 2243 fn. 2 "would protect innocent purchasers for value who take without any notice that the conveyance by the trustee was unauthorized ...."
Northwest Trustee Services is a full-service trustee company servicing all matters related to residential and commercial foreclosures, monitoring of senior sales, loss mitigation, and reconveyances.
This bill regulates foreclosure consultants and foreclosure reconveyances in order to protect homeowners from foreclosure rescue schemes that deplete the homeowner's equity.