This is a question that I receive regularly from clients who are purchasing property.  Most often clients are debating whether the information received from a survey is worth the cost and time to have a survey prepared.  Surveys are not required to purchase real estate.  However, if you are financing all or a portion of

This is the third and final post regarding the Texas Supreme Court’s (the “Court”) decision in Chicago Title Insurance Company v. Cochran Investments, Inc., No. 18-0676 (Tex. 2020). Part 1 addressed the Court’s ruling that qualifying language in a special warranty deed limits the grantor’s liability for breach of the implied covenant of seisin