Response to TLTA's Proposed Emergency Executive Action Expected Next Week
If the governor acts, a TLTA webinar will be available immediately to help you navigate the temporary use of Remote Ink-Signed Notarizations (RIN)
April 17, 2020
While the governor's office remains in a fluid crisis response and recovery mode, they have communicated to us that they are working through our request for emergency use of Remote Ink-Signed Notarizations (RIN), and we can expect a response as early as next week.
After receiving feedback from our members regarding limited implementation of remote online notarizations (RON) in the marketplace, TLTA's board proposed the temporary, crisis-driven RIN solution that Gov. Abbott is considering to support real estate closings under COVID-19 public health protocols.
As soon as the governor takes action, we will alert you via a breaking news email. In the meantime, you might consider reviewing the details of our request so you can be better prepared if the use of this temporary RIN tool is ordered by the governor:
Read TLTA's Proposed Emergency Executive Action Content »
Read Letter TLTA Sent Gov. Abbott Along With Our Proposal »
Of course, any executive action that Gov. Abbott takes may include modifications to accomplish other goals that may be important to Gov. Abbott and his team.
Again, if the governor acts, a TLTA Webinar will be available within a day or two to help you navigate the temporary use of RIN in the marketplace.
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