Opinion Of Title

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DEFINITION of 'Opinion Of Title'

A legal opinion attesting to the validity of the title deed to a piece of property. An opinion title is a legal document which can be insured by through a title insurance company.

INVESTOPEDIA EXPLAINS 'Opinion Of Title'

Opinions of title are usually issued by attorneys. Title companies rely on this opinion in order to issue titles. The attorney puts his or her professional name behind the opinion and stands behind it.

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