Foreclosure actions in Ohio must be supported by Judicial Reports. With a comprehensive knowledge of the varying county-by-county rules and requirements that dictate the format and structure of the reports, Ohio Real Title Agency has processes in place to ensure your documentation is compliant.
Different reports are required throughout the foreclosure process:
Preliminary Judicial Reports
Preliminary reports are those filed at the time of the foreclosure complaint for the use and benefit of the guaranteed party, and the purchaser or the judicial sale. The report must reflect the name of the record owner, a legal description of the land, and a listing of all interests in the property that appear of record.
Updated or Supplemental Reports
Filed at any point during the foreclosure, these reports update the court on changes made to the property.
Final Judicial Report
Showing the final status of the property prior to judgement and the foreclosure sale, Final Judicial Reports are filed with the Plaintiff’s dispositive motion. We offer a quick turnaround time of 48 to 72 hours, with reports delivered electronically and original hard copies sent out the same day.
We have experience providing Preliminary, Supplemental, and Final Reports for foreclosure attorneys representing homeowner’s associations, banks, counties and tax lien buyers for properties in all 88 counties across the state of Ohio.Get Started