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    i am buying the property and barn next to my house i am paying cash for it what do i do to get the deed in my name

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    File papers in the local court house. (they will hand you the correct ones.) You might want to do a title search to cover your investment.

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    Exclamation Caveat emptor!

    You might want to have the property surveyed also by a professional land surveyor in addition to the title search. The land survey will ensure that the alleged acreage is actually accounted for and that the property is not encroaching on the adjoining properties.

    Boundary disputes can be nasty. Life is to short! Caveat emptor! Caveat emptor is Latin for "Let the buyer beware”. Thus, you might need a property survey along with the title search to protect your investment.
    Last edited by DrumMajorChange; 08-18-2009 at 05:45 PM.
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