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Exceptions documents

Documents affecting a given parcel of real property that have been filed for public record at the Recorder’s Office (sometimes called the Auditor’s Office) of the county in which the property is located. Because they are a part of the public record affecting a given parcel, these documents are typically shown as exceptions to title insurance coverage in Schedule B-II of a standard title insurance policy, which means title insurance will not cover claims related to these documents. Examples of exceptions documents can include recorded easements, restrictive covenants, shared well agreements, and records of survey.