Centurion Properties v. Chicago Title, No. 13-35692 (9th Cir. 2015)Annotate this Case
This case arose from a dispute between plaintiffs and Chicago Title over whether Chicago Title breached a duty of care to plaintiffs, causing damages, when it recorded unauthorized liens on Plaintiff CPIII's property. Because this appeal turns on an unresolved question of Washington law, the court certified the following question to the Washington Supreme Court: Does a title company owe a duty of care to third parties in the recording of legal instruments?