- August 12, 2016
- All California Issuing Offices
- SPECIAL ALERT - Darwin Quinn Laroy, et al
Effective immediately, all issuing offices are instructed not to accept any orders or close any transactions involving the following persons, entities, or properties without the written approval of a Stewart Legal Services representative:
Darwin Quinn Laroy a/k/a Darwin Quinn
Better Escrow Services located in Burbank, CA
Shari Levy, Better Escrow Services
Equity Funding Source, Inc. located in Los Angeles, CA
Berek Waldman, Equity Funding Source, Inc.
4222 W. 101 Street, Inglewood, CA (Los Angeles County)
1 South Locust, #230B, Inglewood CA (Los Angeles County)
309 E. Hillcrest Boulevard, #308, Inglewood, CA (Los Angeles County)
1123 W. 43rd Street, Los Angeles, CA 90037 (Los Angeles County)
If you have any pending transactions involving any of the above, or if you recently closed any transactions involving them, please contact Stewart Title of California’s Legal Department or Stewart Legal Services.
As a reminder, all issuing offices must search the names of the parties to the transaction, including the seller, buyer/borrower, payoff lender and new lender, using the Special Alerts database, which may be accessed at http://specialalerts.stewart.com/ or as a link from Stewart.com and/or Virtual Underwriter.
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THIS BULLETIN IS FURNISHED TO INFORM YOU OF CURRENT DEVELOPMENTS. AS A REMINDER, YOU ARE CHARGED WITH KNOWLEDGE OF THE CONTENT ON VIRTUAL UNDERWRITER AS IT EXISTS FROM TIME TO TIME AS IT APPLIES TO YOU, AS WELL AS ANY OTHER INSTRUCTIONS. OUR UNDERWRITING AGREEMENTS DO NOT AUTHORIZE OUR ISSUING AGENTS TO ENGAGE IN SETTLEMENTS OR CLOSINGS ON BEHALF OF STEWART TITLE GUARANTY COMPANY. THIS BULLETIN IS NOT INTENDED TO DIRECT YOUR ESCROW OR SETTLEMENT PRACTICES OR TO CHANGE PROVISIONS OF APPLICABLE UNDERWRITING AGREEMENTS. CONFIDENTIAL, PROPRIETARY, OR NONPUBLIC PERSONAL INFORMATION SHOULD NEVER BE SHARED OR DISSEMINATED EXCEPT AS ALLOWED BY LAW. IF APPLICABLE STATE LAW OR REGULATION IMPOSES ADDITIONAL REQUIREMENTS, YOU SHOULD CONTINUE TO COMPLY WITH THOSE REQUIREMENTS.