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FULTON COUNTY SUPERIOR COURT Saying it began developing an entity to certify firms as compliant with the best-practices framework laid out by the American Land Title Association, the bankruptcy & foreclosure division of McCurdy & Candler claims in court that Habif, Arogeti & Wynne squeezed them out of the ALTA product.

ATLANTA – Saying it began developing an entity to certify firms as compliant with the best-practices framework laid out by the American Land Title Association, the bankruptcy & foreclosure division of McCurdy & Candler claims in court that Habif, Arogeti & Wynne squeezed them out of the ALTA product.

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