What is the title of the chief law enforcement agency in Texas?
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What is the title of the chief law enforcement agency in Oklahoma?
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If you have title and x has quad how do you get quad back?
What is the mayor us law enforcement agency?
Cities have majors, and in most cities, the major is the head of the local police. Another View: There is NO SUCH title as the "Mayor of Law Enforcement!" You are mixing your titles and/or understanding of the political and administrative makeup of municipalities and their police departments. Political jurisdictions (villages, towns, municipalities, cities, etc) have MAYORS who are the political heads of the executive branch of local government. Police Departments are headed by someone who (customarily) holds the title of CHIEF. The actual rank of the Chief of Police holds within his department is immaterial, but one thing is certain, he is never referred to as the "Mayor" of Police.
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What does it take to open a title company in Texas?
1. Title Company = Actual insurance company ie: Underwriter 2. Title Agency = Agent of the Title Company providing title insurance products and escrow/settlement services. A title COMPANY is highly regulated by state law in any state. Contact the Texas Department of Insurance as follows: Texas Department of Insurance Title Division (MC 106-2T) P.O. Box 149104 Austin, Texas 78714-9104 Fax: 512-305-7426 www.tdi.state.tx.us To open an AGENCY, you must obtain an Abstracting Plant, which is very costly. The Texas Underwriting Manual can be found at: http://www.tdi.state.tx.us/company/titleman.html The Rate Manual can be found at: http://www.tdi.state.tx.us/company/titlemm3.html Additionally, contact the Texas DOI for additional licensing requirements: www.tdi.state.tx.us
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What is the Title of the Chief Executive of Australia?
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How do you start a tag and title agency in Florida?
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What happens if the attorney makes a title mistake?
If the attorney was hired to give you a LEGAL opinion of title but was not the title examiner/reader for the issuing title agency, then it becomes a legal matter which would fall under malpractice. If the attorney is covered by the Closing Protection Letter and/or either owned the title agency or is employed by the title agency, his/her acts may be covered by the Owner's Policy. A claim with the title underwriter for negligence of title examination or opinion on title cannot be filed if the attorney was a third party, not acting in behalf of the title agency/underwriter. The qualifier to the question is as to whether the attorney was also acting on behalf of the agency/underwriter. In many states, the attorney cannot be representing your interests as well at the agency's.
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How do you avoid your wife being on a title of a house?
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Who was the title of chief executive of the articles of confederation?
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Can you sell title insurance using the license of the underwriting company or must you have your own?
No, a Title Agency or individual producer cannot use an Underwriter's authority to sell title insurance unless that agency or individual producer is an employee of the Underwriter and the Underwriter also acts as an agency in the state it is doing business in. 1. A Title Insurance AGENT is the business who acts in behalf of an Underwriter. 2. A Title Insurance COMPANY/UNDERWRITER is the company who issues title insurance. Example: John Doe decided to open a Title Agency, but in order to do that, he must sign an agency agreement with an Underwriter to act as an agent for that underwriter. Once the agreement is in place and all conditions of the agreement have been met, John Doe may now go solicit business for that Underwriter under his newly created Title Agency. Can he sell title insurance in behalf of the underwriter without being licensed? The answer is yes and no. Some states require that a Title Agency and its principal (primary owner) be licensed specifically for title insurance. Other states have no licensing requirements to operate as a Title Agency. The best 2 resources to find out what your State requires for agency licensing are: 1. Department of Insurance (in your state) 2. Title Insurance Underwriter authorized to do business in your state
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What does a Title Insurance rep do?
Title Geek Answer In most state the title agency representive can be one of two positions: 1. Person hired by a title agency to represent their agency to solicit and sell title insurance products and services to attorneys, realtors, lenders, and the general public. In many states the title sales person or title rep must be a licensed title insurance producer. 2. Person working with the title underwriting company who represents that Underwriter to title agencies. The "Title Rep" would be the person going out to sign title agencies for the Underwriter (solicit new businesses to join that Underwriting company) and usually is the "go to" person for the agency should they need assistance in basic operational procedures and guidelines set by the Underwriter.