A full residential search goes back fifty years.
This search includes research of GED, FTL, Lis Pendens,
Civil, and Probate (when applicable) records as well as any other
indices, which would include matters that could attach to property
for current owners as well as prospective purchasers.
A Refinance Limited Search will search until a good first
mortgage is found. At
the time of the title search the examiner may also go back further
in the chain of title if any questions arise and will also search
back to a good first mortgage.
This search includes research of Protective Covenants, GED,
FTL, Lis Pendens, Civil, and Probate (when applicable) records as
well as any other indices, which would include matters that could
attach to property for current owners as well as prospective
A limited search begins from the current RTV and comes
forward, if there is a good first purchase money mortgage.
If no good first mortgage is found, we will continue until we
uncover a good first (open or satisfied) or thirty years, whichever
comes first. A limited
search would only include the current owners and current deeds of
record starting from the date of ownership or from the date that is
provided to you on the Order Form. No
research is done on prospective purchasers.
This full search goes back fifty years.
This search will include all items stated in a Full Title
Search as well as UCC searches, if requested.
Copies of every page of the deeds, liens, UCCs, and/or
judgments are provided on all commercial titles.
A modification will be run in the same manner as a Limited
Title Report except that there is no requirement to find a good
first purchase money mortgage.
We will start from the current owner and find all open
For an update, we start from the effective date of the last
examination and note any new information of record.
Copies of documents will not be sent unless new information
is found of record. You
do not need to send a new order for an update on a title.
Send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org
that includes the Augusta Title file number, the borrower, your due
date, and the address of the property.
We run your search from the effective date shown on the
Commitment. We indicate
any new deeds and provide copies of first page of the new documents.
Also, we indicate all cancellation information on each
deed/lien that was shown open on the original Title Commitment and
provide copies of those cancellations.
If we do not find a cancellation of record, we will indicate
this information next to each deed/lien.
These searches are run for new construction subdivisions when
Augusta Title runs the entire subdivision during development. After an initial full title search is run, a Lot search is
conducted giving the new short legal description (if a subdivision
plat has been recorded), a lien search on the Borrower and Seller,
and current tax information as well as all information from our
original full title search of the property.
We run a search on the names provided.
Specifically looking for any tax liens, judgments, UCCs, or
any other liens in the county you listed you needed the lien search.
We do NOT look for any Security Deeds or who the title is