Underwriting issue claiming affidavit needed from MIA scammer ex-husband

Someone that I know is selling her home in Florida. Her and her husband had purchased the home back in 1990. They were both recorded on the mortgage and deed and the mortgage release/satisfaction, owning the property outright. The husband died 2 years later.

A couple year later in 1994, she remarried a man from England and they continued living in the house. In 2004, the man from England convinced her to take out a new mortgage for use with secured revolving credit agreement(which has her and the British man listed). The next year they split up and the British man was either deported, or disallowed back in the US, as it turns out, he had been here illegally under an alias. Leaving her to pay off his debts.

In 2005, she filed for divorce and the marriage was dissolved(She did not enter into a marital status agreement, assuming they had no assets between each other). It was a complete nightmare for her, as he had been stealing her social security number after their split and left her in debt.

Nobody has been in communication with him since.

In 2014, she conducted a modification of mortgage, which lists her as single and the only person on the mortgage.

Now, while about to close on her home sale, underwriting counsel is requesting that title attempt to track down this British man in order to obtain an affidavit from him “regarding his interest in the property.”

Any recommendations on what should be done here?

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Someone that I know is selling her home in Florida. Her and her husband had purchased the home back in 1990. They were both recorded on the mortgage and deed and the mortgage release/satisfaction, owning the property outright. The husband died 2 years later. A couple year later in 1994, she remarried a man from England and they continued living in the house. In 2004, the man from England convinced her to take out a new mortgage for use with secured revolving credit agreement(which has her and the British man listed). The next year they split up and the British man was either deported, or disallowed back in the US, as it turns out, he had been here illegally under an alias. Leaving her to pay off his debts. In 2005, she filed for divorce and the marriage was dissolved(She did not enter into a marital status agreement, assuming they had no assets between each other). It was a complete nightmare for her, as he had been stealing her social security number after their split and left her in debt. Nobody has been in communication with him since. In 2014, she conducted a modification of mortgage, which lists her as single and the only person on the mortgage. Now, while about to close on her home sale, underwriting counsel is requesting that title attempt to track down this British man in order to obtain an affidavit from him “regarding his interest in the property.” Any recommendations on what should be done here? submitted by /u/bigguesthouse [link] [comments]

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