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Anyone with similar experience may contact property owners [UPDATED]

Published 9:24am Friday, June 21, 2013 Updated 11:26am Friday, June 21, 2013

We have property for sale in the Fergus Falls area. We were surprised to be informed that we needed a land survey and a quiet title action according to a local Fergus Falls abstractor.

We took the issue to our attorney and his discoveries were that there is no problem with our property.

Issue One: The abstractor had made a mistake reading the legal description on our frontage.

Issue Two: Because of road improvements there was a frontage issue. We have proven that there is no issue there either.

Issue Three: Lastly, a property line question about the southwest side. It was pure speculation on behalf of the abstractor after talking to a surveyor. There was no proof. Had we taken the action that was stated by the abstractors title opinion we would have possibly spent $6,000 or more. If anyone in the Fergus Falls area has had a similar situation, we would like to hear from you.

 

Steve and

Kathy Johnson

Fergus Falls

  • Bemidji resident

    The Johnson’s are residents of Bemidji with property in Fergus Falls.

  • Richard Olson

    What was the name of the Abstracting company?

  • Bemidji resident

    For more information please call 218-368-4902

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