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Are title insurance policies issued to insure municipal addresses or only to insure legal description?

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2007-10-16 20:26:32
2007-10-16 20:26:32

The legal description is the only thing that counts. Street names and house numbers can change. The United States Post Office is in charge of issuing a municipal/mailing address and only they have the authority to change their address system. They have the option of changing addresses, modifying and updating (for example a newly created subdivision) The legal description that is recorded with the deed at the county/town record's office and or kept on a Plat Map at the county (depending on your state), is title insurable.

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