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a written agreement (or property or money) delivered to a third party or put in trust by one party to a contract to be returned after fulfillment of some condition

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Oakwood Escrow is expanding and is always looking for talented and experienced team members that want to grow with them.
The number of escrow processes has quadrupled since 1997,'' said Tamara Stoebe, the organization's new president.
However, this conclusion has to be based on the facts and circumstances of the individual case, and cannot automatically be assumed whenever a sales agreement provides for an escrow or holdback of sales proceeds.
In June 1999, Quackenbush and other regulators filed a class-action lawsuit against about 200 escrow and title insurance companies in California.
ESNY's concept of using such an independent escrow agent was reviewed last month by the Nassau County Bar Association's Committee on Professional Ethics.
A few of the key points a home purchaser, seller, or homeowner who is going to refinance his or her home should consider with respect to the selection of an escrow holder are the following:
Wendy's escrow and title career began in 1982 with Chicago Title.
He said the company handled clients' escrow funds like a pyramid scheme, paying past customers' escrows with funds from new customers.
P will not purchase replacement property for T; the sales proceeds are placed in an escrow account that restricts access to the funds to the purchase of replacement property.
FIE's service eliminates the attorney's responsibility and liability concerning an escrow account.
CEA's new executive board brings together top-tier professionals in real estate and escrow from throughout the state.
a Berkshire Hathaway company, is explaining mortgage escrow accounts for its consumers to help clarify escrow's role in the home buying process.
Fines against insurance and escrow companies and restitution of an undetermined amount of money to California residents involved in real estate transactions since 1970 are being sought.
Taxpayers entering into escrow or other transfer agreements with respect to contested liabilities should be mindful of these court decisions, as well as the Service's position.