Often, a practicing attorney clients ask the question: "What kind of contract more difficult or even impossible to recognize as invalid?". Legal panacea here can not be, since any agreement could be appealed or find grounds for appeal. But it should be recognized at the conclusion of the transaction itself can be another way to hedge the so-called title insurance. This means that the insurance property losses as a result of termination of the right property (a consequence that the transaction be void), or title insurance can provide protection to the case when the acquisition of ownership property will be demanded by the owner at different reasons: the conclusion of the contract of sale in violation of certain legal provisions, the preservation of the rights to property after his exclusion from a third party, yet the lack of capacity or capacity of the seller, and so on. The objects of the same title insurance is any real property, namely: apartments, houses, any accommodation, office space, buildings, structures, enterprises as property complexes, land (as in the ownership of physical and legal persons). This type of insurance provides the ability to claim damages in the amount of the market value of the property in case of loss of rights ownership of it. If a transaction invalid you as a new owner will lose ownership of property acquired by you. Protect you as the purchaser and recover the cost of real estate should title strahovanie.Stoimost policy depends on several factors: the period of insurance, the cost of the property, the degree of risk determined on the basis of due diligence, during which it turns out the story shifts owners, potential problems, such as the disabled person involved in the transaction, the presence of the rights of others on this estate and others. The insurance policy will take effect from the date of the transaction itself. Typically, the contract of title insurance is for a period of 1 year to several years. And although only after a given number of years of legal challenges to exclude any owner's rights to the acquired property, the practice shows that in three years (such is the general limitation period), the probability of occurrence of these claims is negligible.