All Twin Pines shareholders should have received a package enclosed with documents prepared specifically for each individual unit. The documents included will be used as the "Closing Documents," some of which will ultimately be recorded with the County Registry. Please review all pages carefully and let us know immediately if there are any corrections needed, such as the spelling of your name, marital status, address, manner of holding Title (refer to attachment - Concurrent Co-Ownership Interests), etc. If you still have any questions on how to hold Title, you may want to consider professional advice.
We provide a brief description and explanation of each document below:
If you are not in the area or you are unable to meet onsite with the Notary, you may have these documents notarized by a local notary of your choice at your expense. Once you have had all documents notarized with your signature, you must mail back ALL the documents contained in this package with the ORIGINAL signatures and the required payment(s) in the self-addressed envelope provided. Please do not forget to include all your payments for conversion services and Title (discussed below).
Reserve Your Closing & Notary Service Time
Select October 27th in the calender below and click your preferred time slot for your Twin Pines Closing. A form will then appear below. Please fill in the form and click submit.
You will immediately receive an email confirming your booking.
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We urge you to review all the attached documents IMMEDIATELY and not wait until the day of signing to ask questions or make request for changes. Also, you can review the recorded governing document for the new Twin Pines Condominium Community by CLICKING HERE. If you desire a hard copy of the recorded governing documents, one can be provided to you at a cost of $40.00 by contacting our office via phone or email.
While it is not required that you be represented by an attorney at closing, you have the right to review the documents with an attorney at your own cost and expense.