Why Does THAT Person Have To Sign?

Recorded November 13, 2018.



How do we reduce the risk to a title insurer that someone may later complain about the sale of a mortgage due to improper execution of conveyance documents? Who are the parties required to execute conveyance documents?

Topics to be discussed include underwriting requirements governing who may have to sign documents that create an estate or interest to be insured. The role of marital status in determining who must sign will also be examined. For example, we’ll discuss the ways in which divorce affects who must sign.

Other subjects to be covered include the following:

  • Applying the requirements to separate property, community property and homestead property
  • How to handle testate and intestate decedents
  • Understanding different types of probates

Presenter: Frances Hughes, CTIP, Assistant Vice President, Underwriting Support, Alliant National

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Nonmember: $54



For those with some experience on the topic and/or the title industry. May include real-world application and/or specific and detailed information

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11/13/2018 - 11/13/2020
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