TLTA advocates on behalf of the title industry at the Texas Legislature and actively proposes legislation, engages legislators and monitors proposed legislation and defends against legislation that could negatively impact the industry. The TLTA Legislative Committee meets regularly to formulate potential legislation, to discuss bills and make recommendations to the Board on any legislation that might have an impact on our members’ business interests.
TLTA Legislative Priorities - 86th Legislative Session
TLTA has four items on our legislative agenda for this session:
Read more about TLTA's Legislative Priorities.
- Maintain our successful title insurance system - oppose efforts to reregulate
- Remote online notary clarification
- Texas Title Insurance Guaranty Association (TTIGA) modernization
- Establish certificates of authority
TLTA closely tracks several hundred bills over the course of the legislative session. The TLTA Legislative Committee reviews all tracked bills and provides feedback on how these bills could potentially affect the title insurance industry. See TLTA's 2019 Bills of Interest and check back for the latest TLTA Legislative Updates.
You too can follow legislation which you are particularly concerned about. The Texas Legislature Online contains the full searchable text of Texas laws, bills and Constitution. It also includes a schedule of events at the Capitol building, links to the House and Senate calendars and other news and information about the Texas Legislature. If you feel a bill is of particular importance and want to make sure TLTA is on top of it please email Aaron Day at email@example.com.
Past Legislative Session Information
Find Your Legislators
Find out who represents you here.
Educate your local policymakers about the title insurance industry using TLTA’s Texas Title Insurance Works Toolbox.
If you have a personal connection to a legislator, please let us know. We may call on you to help us advocate for key legislation that affects the title insurance industry.
The Texas Land Title Association’s political action committee, TLTAPAC, is an essential part of the advocacy program at TLTA. The voluntary, non-partisan organization is exclusively dedicated to promoting the Texas land title insurance industry to members of the Texas Legislature and other elected officials.
Day at the Capitol
TLTA’s Day at the Capitol is a biennial event for every title professional. It is an excellent opportunity for you to speak directly with your legislators about the issues that impact our title industry and ultimately your bottom line.
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