The 2020 Texas Land Title Institute
To register for this year's Institute:
- Login with your TLTA username and password.
- Click the blue 'Register Myself' button
- Click the yellow 'Add' button next to 'Full Institute Registration'
- Optional-- If you wish to purchase a printed copy of the course materials, click the yellow 'Add' button next to 'Optional Printed Course Materials'. Price is $75 for attendees. Please note, no Flash Drive/USB this year
- Click the blue 'Proceed to Checkout' button at the bottom of the page
- On the Shopping Cart Checkout page, enter your credit card data and click the blue 'Submit Order' button to complete your registration.
CE Credit :
Attorneys - 14.0 hours MCLE, includes 3.0 Ethics (pending State Bar Approval)
Title Agents and Escrow Officers- General Escrow (TBD) and 1 hour Escrow Ethics Review TLTA's new reporting procedures for escrow officer CE credit (pending TDI approval)
Paralegals - 14.0 hours CLE (pending approval)
Real Estate Brokers - 9.0 hours MCE (pending approval)
Registration Fee: $625 until Oct. 30; $705 after Oct. 30.
Includes tuition, course materials downloadable via a link (no flash drive), luncheons & reception. Option to purchase printed course materials, see below.
See below for additional registration options and information.
ONLINE REGISTRATION CLOSES NOVEMBER 27, 2020
Cancellation Policy: For a full refund, submit any cancellation requests on or before November 27, 2020.
** PLEASE READ BEFORE CONTINUING TO REGISTER **
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