- Posts by Amelia A. BowerPartner
Amelia A. Bower is a member of the firm’s Title Insurance Law Practice Group.
Ms. Bower maintains a multi-state practice in Illinois and Ohio where she represents clients in the areas of title insurance litigation, underwriting ...
When seller’s escrow proceeds disappear from phishing, hacking or some other form of cyber fraud, here’s what your business needs to do immediately to respond.
Following this appellate court ruling, the Ohio Legislature need not create new legislation regarding constructive notice and missing legal description on mortgage.
Ohio Supreme Court ruling reaffirms state's constructive notice, execution requirements for recorded mortgages.
Ohio title agents dealing with mobile homes must take into consideration whether they are “affixed” to real property prior to surrendering title.
Court sides with title examiner who refused to show a mortgage with a faulty legal description on his title report.
The Ohio Supreme Court has been called upon this session to review issues related to the Dormant Minerals Act and the Legacy Trust Act.
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