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Hi Donna, it's going to take me a little bit to review these documents, and I see the question is only worth $9 on my end. Happy to help because I already have the background here, but maybe you will consider a bonus when we are finished. That would be helpful.
Let me get back to you.
Ok so I see that you have a title insurance policy. That is good news.
So Exhibit A is what you need to rely upon here in regards ***** ***** is covered under your insurance policy and deed of trust. I don't have knowledge of the property boundaries, but it sounds like you are saying that Exhibit A included both lots, correct?
Ok, that's fine, thanks, ***** ***** are comfortable with.
So I see documents here from your title insurance but I don't see the actual deed or mortgage documents. You need to get those as well. The deed you can get from the registry. It might be the same as Attachment A that is attached to your policy, but maybe not.
You have a claim against your title insurance company if this was done improperly. They were responsible for the filing, most likely, so you should file a claim with them.
I am still not clear whether you received proper legal notice of the sale. Did you get those notices?