Privacy Policy


Guardian Title is concerned with the privacy of on-line communications. Generally, the Internet is no more or less secure than other communications media, including postal mail, facsimile or voice telephone services, all of which can be intercepted or otherwise compromised. As a matter of prudence, however, Guardian Title urges its Subscribers to assume that all of their on-line communications are insecure. Guardian Title cannot take any responsibility for the security of communications transmitted using Guardian Title's networks, services or facilities. Guardian Title will comply fully, however, with all applicable laws concerning the privacy of its Subscribers' on-line communications. Guardian Title will not intentionally disclose to any outside entity or third party, any private electronic mail messages sent or received by a Subscriber or any personal information about the Subscriber unless it is required to do so by law or unless Guardian Title deems such disclosure is necessary to ensure the availability, usability and proper function of the networks, services or facilities used by Guardian Title and its Subscribers or to assist a debt collections agency of Guardian Title's choosing for the purpose of collecting a past due debt owed to Guardian Title by the Subscriber. Guardian Title may, from time to time, be required to disclose information transmitted through its facilities in order to comply with court orders, statutes, regulations or governmental requests.