Title Examiners scrutinize public and financial records, and insurance policies for any information related to property titles which might prohibit or impede the buying or selling of a property. They ensure that their exceptional record-keeping and analytical abilities lead to accurate research results.
When interviewing Title Examiners, look for energetic, meticulous candidates with appropriate research skills and demonstrable experience. Be wary of those whose research practices are not informed by sound knowledge of applicable property law.
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Interview Questions for Title Examiners:
1. Can you tell me how you acquire knowledge of property titles?
Demonstrates industry training and experience.
2. Can you describe the legal conditions which may apply to the sale of a property?
Assesses the candidate's theoretical and practical knowledge.
3. Which public record search programs have you previously used?
Highlights research skills and industry experience.
4. Describe a time when you suspected document fraud. What happened?
Evaluates in-depth knowledge of document specifications.
5. How would you investigate property buyers who are evasive about their finances?
Reveals problem-solving skills.
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