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The house title file...

THEM: "Well, we haven't been able to find it today."

ME: "So do you have any idea where it might be?"

THEM: "No, we really have no idea. It was in out Bloomington office, and we're in Brooklyn Park."

ME: "So you're saying it's lost then?"

THEM: "Well, I wouldn't say it's lost exactly..."

ME: "Just that you don't know where it is, and you don't know where to look for it."

THEM: "No, we just haven't been able to find it today. There's always tomorrow."


Hey, at least they called me back. That's a first.

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lexinatrix
Sep. 27th, 2005 09:45 pm (UTC)
How, exactly, does one replace a lost title? I mean, they MUST know that, right? Why waste time looking when you can get a replacement?

I suppose there's always a call to the Attorney General's office to see if you've any recourse.
magicmarmot
Sep. 27th, 2005 09:52 pm (UTC)
No, they haven't lost the title. They've lost the entire file. They have us in the computer, but have no information on what was filed when or where.

See negligence.
lexinatrix
Sep. 27th, 2005 09:59 pm (UTC)
Attorney General it is, then!
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