Chain of Title Analysis (COTA)
ATTENTION: Advertised price may increase by $200 for each additional assignments of mortgage or deed of trust that exist in your chain of title
FRAUD STOPPERS Chain of Title Analysis (COTA):
- State Specific Analysis: We conduct a thorough investigation of the documents involved in the purported true sale of your mortgage loan, comparing them to the relevant Federal and State statutory requirements, local laws, and case law. This ensures we identify any potential lawful rights that may have been conveyed during every step of the securitization process.
- Legal Eligibility Assessment: Our investigation focuses on determining whether an Assignment of a Security Instrument was legally eligible for recordation and whether the new assignee is a true party in interest to the real property. We provide a Sworn Factual Affidavit, prepared by licensed private investigator specializing in Uniform Commercial Code (UCC) violations and chain of title violations, stating the findings of our investigation based on public, private, and court records.
- Comprehensive Focus: Our investigation centers around key aspects, including the “legal right” to control and dispose of real property, the “legal link” between the property owner and the property itself (Deed), and the “legal evidence” of ownership rights in the real property. We also analyze the conditions necessary to acquire a valid claim to real property.
Benefits of FRAUD STOPPERS Chain of Title Analysis (COTA). Understanding Mortgage Fraud Investigation: Our Mortgage Fraud Investigation focuses on the securitized mortgage loan instruments and the relevant federal and state statutory laws. Key points include:
- Trust Law Expertise
- Indorsement Analysis
- PSA and Prospectus Supplement Examination
- Tangible Mortgage Loan Instruments
- Electronic Mortgage Loan Package
- First and Second Electronic Sales
- MERS Involvement
- Securitization Process
- Flaws in Securitization
- Notice of Assignment
FRAUD STOPPERS Chain of Title Analysis (COTA) provides a comprehensive investigation into the ownership and possession rights of your mortgage loan instrument, empowering you with the knowledge and evidence necessary to fight foreclosure and mortgage fraud lawsuits.SAMPLE COTA