CPL - Closing Protection Letter

The definition of mortgage term: Closing Protection Letter

A Closing Protection Letter is a contract between the lender and the title company that protects the lender should the closing agent make and error or participate in fraudulent and/or negligent activities. The title insurance company will step in if circumstances arise and cover all necessary remedial funds to the lender.

 

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