The goal of this course is to familiarize title insurance professionals with requirements regarding the parties required to execute conveyance documents.
Upon completion of the course, attendees should:
- Have a general understanding of how to determine who may have to sign documents creating the estate or interest to be insured.
- Understand that the goal of the title insurer is to reduce the risk that someone may later complain about the sale of mortgage.
- Be aware that marital status plays an important role in determining who must sign.
- Have an understanding of separate property, community property and homestead property.
- Clearly understand how divorce affects requirements regarding who must sign.
- Have a better understanding of how special types of loans create special requirements in regard to who must sign.
- Have an opportunity to understand the difference between testate and intestate decedents.
- Have an understanding of different types of probates.
- Clearly understand that all heirs must sign when there is no probate.
- Have a general understanding of the requirements when a corporation has been dissolved.
Frances Hughes, CTIP, Providence Title
1.0 Escrow Credit (expires 5/4/23)
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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