Fidelity increases stake in LandCastle Title

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Fidelity increases stake in LandCastle Title However, if FNF elects to increase. Fidelity National Title, Chicago Title, Commonwealth Land Title and Alamo Title – that collectively issue more title insurance policies than any other title.

Fidelity National Financial Inc. generated. to the Jacksonville-based Fortune 500 company than title insurance. In addition to reporting earnings, FNF announced a deal to sell its 32 percent stake.

A leading title insurer. at the time of announcement, Fidelity sought to pay 50% of the purchase consideration in cash and the remaining 50% in shares of FNF common stock. At present, the company.

Fidelity National Financial (FNF) has purchased a 70% stake in Landcastle Title after “substantial escrow account misappropriations” were discovered within Landcastle’s parent company, the law firm of.

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The case began when LandCastle Title LLC sold a majority ownership stake to Fidelity National Title Group in 2014, then sued Hardwick, the title company’s former CEO. Shortly after, professional golfer Dustin Johnson filed his own lawsuit against Hardwick and the Morris Hardwick Schneider (MHS) law firm over a $3 million loan he allegedly.

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Forfeiting the legal fee effectively reduced the cost of the title insurance from $90,000 to $65,000. Still the lawyer’s cut of the premium: $54,000. Such price competition is expected to flourish.