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How can you find out if a person already received monies from their insurance company for a claim?


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2015-07-15 21:41:01
2015-07-15 21:41:01

You can check with the Property Insurance Loss Registar (PILR). This is a tool a lot of insurance companies use to find this information.

Maybe a private investigator could help if you cant get the information thru the PILR.

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Monies may have been earmarked for assessments as part of the sale transaction. If you believe that such monies were earmarked and the assessments were not paid from the monies involved in the sale, you can notify the Title Company with your evidence and request that the assessment monies be sent to the HOA offices.


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