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A judge (Indiana) needs a copy of a title search (which I have)

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A judge (Indiana) needs a copy of a title search (which I have) filed with the court. I have the caption but I do not know what title to put on the document or wording. Can you help me?
Hello again,
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What are you submitting the title search for?
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Why does the judge need it?
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Is this some type of exhibit or something submitted as evidence in a case?
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Thanks
Barrister
Customer: replied 4 years ago.

Hi. I wasn't sure you recognized me. The title search is for the partition action.


 


It is apparently required, probably to see how the percentages are allocated.


 


I don't think it is evidence. It is just for the partition action.

Ok, that is what I thought it was for after reviewing your previous questions. It would be for formally noting for the record how the current ownership percentages are recorded.
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As for the name of the document, to be perfectly honest with you, I think I would just title it "Exhibit A---Title Search forXXXXX Anytown USA" and leave it at that.
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To be truthfull, it probably doesn't matter exactly what you call it, the judge isn't going to get mad and exclude it if it isn't called what he expected because it speaks for itself. It isn't being used to make an argument one way or another, it is just to legally establish the ownership interests as a matter of law.
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Thanks.

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