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THE BURDEN OF LOSS AS AN INCIDENT OF THE RIGHT TO THE SPECIFIC
ANOTHER PHILIPPINE CONSTITUTIONAL QUES-
BOOK REVIEWS .
Sir Frederick Pollock, Bart. II
30 CENTS PER NUMBER.
THE COLUMBIA UNIVERSITY PRESS, THE MACMILLAN COMPANY, AGENTS,
66 FIFTH AVENUE, NEW YORK.
$2.00 PER ANNUM.
OF NEW YORK.
XAMINES and insures titles to real estate, the assured selecting his own counsel, if he desires.
Defends at its own expense any suit brought against a title guaranteed by it. Pays any claim established against the property not exceeding the amount of its policy, and in addition, all costs of litigation.
Compels an objecting purchaser to complete his contract to buy; or, if defeated in the attempt to do so, either pays the damages or takes the property off its policyholder's hands.
UBLISHES its losses, that its patrons may judge of the care with which its work is done.
Furnishes an abstract of title in addition to a policy.
Loans money on bond and mortgage, representing through its counsel the principal individuals, estates and corporations having money to loan.
This Company confines itself strictly to the examination and insurance of titles. It has no powers as a Trust Company, nor does it transact any legal business not incidental to such examination; therefore its assets are subject only to the losses of title insurance.
It has the largest capital of any company doing a strictly title-insurance business.
It is not competing with brokers in the business of renting or taking charge of real estate.
GENERAL OFFICES: Nos. 37 and 39 Liberty Street and 44 and 46 Maiden Lane, New York.
BRANCH OFFICES-NEW YORK: 261 Columbus Avenue, N. E. corner 72d Street, and 778 Tremont Avenue.
BROOKLYN OFFICE: 164 and 166 Montague Street.
Copyright 1901, by JOSEPH E. CORRIGAN.