An Ohio court says that a title insurer’s negligence in failing to discover a right of first refusal is a sufficient reason to keep it from collecting for breach of warranty against the seller to the insured. However, the court dismissed the seller’s claims based on it’s own title guaranty issed by the same insurer. To read more, click here.
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