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The ABC's of Florida Title Examination - Webinar

  • ID: 4125987
  • Webinar
  • Region: Florida
  • 90 Minutes
  • Lorman Business Center, Inc.
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Understand the purpose, method, and approach you should use when examining land titles in Florida.

Understand what is covered ‘insured’ and what is excluded from coverage and exempted from coverage. Many attorneys and real estate professionals are under the false impression that title insurance ‘guarantees’ that title is clear of defects. In addition, most practitioners are unaware of how the claims process works. This topic will provide a detailed analysis of the title insurance commitment (including how one should handle the title conditions as well as both the general and special exceptions). Additionally, this topic will address the legal aspects of property titled in an entity or a trust as well as judgment and lien law, foreclosure law and property surveys.
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Title Insurance
- Governed by FS 626 and 627 and by F.A.C 690-186
- F.S. 624.608 "Title Insurance" Defined-"Title Insurance" Is:
- Non-Casualty Insurance
- Future Risk
- Policy of Indemnity
- One Time Premium
- Lifetime Policy
- Obligation of Underwriter

History
- Abstracting
- Abstracting vs. Title Search
- F.S. 712 Marketable Record Title Act
- Root of Title

Reviewing the Title Commitment
- What Is Covered
- Schedule A (Insured Interest in Real Property)
- Exclusions From Coverage
- Exceptions From Coverage
- Standard Exceptions
- Special Exceptions

Working Your Title Commitment
- Effective Date
- Proposed Insured
- The Land Described as:
- Addressing Title Conditions
- Deleting Standard Exceptions
- Reviewing Special Exceptions
- Updating Title Prior to Closing
- Marking up Your Title Commitment

Conditions of Title (a Lawyer's View)
- Mortgage Payoffs
- Association Payoffs
- Legal Entity Sellers
- Deceased Seller
- Dissolved Entities
- Foreclosure Conditions
- Judgments and Liens
- Surveys

Title Policies
- Owners
- Loan (Mortgagee)
- Endorsements

Who Can Issue Title Insurance in Florida?
- Licensed Title Agent
- Attorney Exemption

Claims
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Scott A. Marcus, Becker And Poliakoff
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This webinar is designed for attorneys, lending and loan officers, title officers, presidents, vice presidents, real estate professionals, right of way agents and insurance professionals.
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