Digital closings (eClosings) continue to be a rising trend in the marketplace. TLTA formed the Digital Closing Task Force to study digital closings, the impact they will have on the title insurance industry and ways to keep TLTA members and industry partners informed and educated on this growing trend.

Questions to Ask Your Vendor

Have a meeting with a digital closing technology vendor? These questions will help you get the conversation started.

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Remote Online Notarization

During the 85th Texas Legislative Session, statutory changes were made to allow Remote Online Notarization (RON) in Texas. Rules adopted by the Secretary of State to implement the statute uncovered certain ambiguities and potential conflicts, calling into question the best mechanism to “paper out” a RON transaction and file it in a county that does not allow for e-filing.

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