IMHO (and I’m not an attorney, nor do I play one on TV yet) I believe it is criminal and akin to aiding and abetting criminal activity not to audit land records in every county in every state.
The author of this post is a consultant to attorneys and county clerks and has himself participated in (along with a team of skilled auditors and examiners) BOTH processes described here. The opinions posted are that of the author and do not constitute the rendering of legal advice.
I am getting a lot of feedback these days from homeowners who are viewing my handiwork and wanting the same types of processes to be conducted in their respective counties. With that in mind, I thought I’d take the time to explain the differences between the two (if I’ve hadn’t done so earlier), for clarification purposes.
A LAND RECORD AUDIT
In this process, a certain time frame is determined as the subject of the audit. Generally, I like to look two years before and after a given target date. Some county clerks have asked me to submit a bid based on a much…
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