Real estate in Ohio was moving slowly, thanks to its’ 50 year old laws, and the longest title cure statute in the nation: 21 years. “Clean and clear” titles are objects of value, homeowners want to make sure they are getting what they paid for. But in Ohio’s case, a title dispute could be brought within 21 years of owning the home, making it difficult for the current homeowners to obtain title for claims made two decades ago. Now, that is not the case and Ohio is expanding its’ real estate and developer market.

Ohio’s New Title Cure Statute Should Be a National Model

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