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Our corporate mission is to provide best industry  forensic loan audit services being recognized as the industry's “gold standard” known for integrity and transparency. ADP’s highest priority is to become the leading audit service provider while facilitating an industry need for additional services assisting the legal profession in its ongoing quest to uncover errors and misrepresentations in legal documentation.

The primary goal is to provide the finest and most comprehensive suite of products and services in the business. ADP, reviews each file to ensure compliance with respect to investor and regulatory requirements along with sound responsible underwriting that ensure closing decisions were appropriately enacted.

A forensic loan audit looks at loan documents for miscalculations, and it requires performing thorough investigations to determine if the loan terms are accurate, truthful and meet requirements of the applicable federal statutes.

These regulations include the Truth in Lending Act, the Home Ownership and Equity Protection Act, and the Real Estate Settlement Procedures Act (RESPA).

At its heart, a forensic loan audit is a process that breaks down and analyzes a set of loan documents to determine if all parties completed proper procedures and complied with regulations during the origination of the loan.

Regarding the context of property financed through a mortgage loan that has been rescinded the legal action to remove the lien is known as Quieting Title.

This is an operation of law. A Quiet Title action is a Court procedure that is required in order to get a Court Order confirming that the procedures undertaken by the homeowner in performing rescission was done in accordance with Truth In Lending Act. Thus, when the 20 day requirement for the mortgage lender fails to tender first the the title should be free and clear of any liens or encumbrances by operation of law.

Quiet Title is a method of taking adverse possession, (basically changing the title (deed) of the property from one person to another person without buying it but taking control through legal action. It is a means of involuntary transfer by operation of law.

An action to quiet title is a lawsuit filed to establish ownership of real property (land and buildings affixed to land). The plaintiff in a quiet title action seeks a court order that prevents the respondent from making any subsequent claim to the property. Quiet title actions are necessary because real estate may change hands often, and it is not always easy to determine who has title to the property. A proceeding to establish an individual's right to ownership of real property against one or more adverse claimants.