We all know that title insurance companies search records to
find anything that might affect title to property they are asked to insure.
However, some things can only be discovered by a physical inspection of the
property. Title companies can’t perform a physical inspection of every property,
but they often have a survey that will disclose some – though not all – matters
that could indicate a “fact or possession” issue that’s different from the
“historic or record” title. This is why survey matters matter: they can identify
matters that might lead to claims or disputes.
Survey matters can help you make an informed underwriting
decision regarding acceptable risk, but only if you know about them and how to
handle them. To assist with that process, this webinar will cover:
What types of surveys are acceptable for title
What elements are required to make a survey
acceptable to the title company
What “survey coverage” means, and how we provide
it in a title insurance policy
What title policy endorsements and amendments
are available to provide survey coverage in Texas
And much more!
This webinar’s materials are useful in preparing for the TLTA certification exam, as well as for increasing your knowledge on this important subject.
Presenter: Lisa M. Beville, CTIP, Vice President/Agency Support/Regional Training Coordinator, Fidelity National Title Group
1.5 Escrow Credit (expires 5/11/19)
1.5 MCLE hours (expires 4/30/2018)
If you attended the South Texas Seminar in McAllen on April 22, 2017, you are not eligible to take this course
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