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Section VI, Title Insurance Basic Manual - Administrative Rules: Definitions and L-1

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ADMINISTRATIVE RULES

Includes Definitions Effective 01/03/2014 | L-1 Effective 01/03/2014

DEFINITIONS

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  1. "Agent" and "Title Agent" shall mean Title Insurance Agent as defined in Texas Insurance Code §2501.003(13) and as further defined in PROCEDURAL RULES AND DEFINITIONS P-1.h.

  2. "Direct Operation" shall mean direct operation as defined in Texas Insurance Code §2501.003(3) and as further defined in PROCEDURAL RULES AND DEFINITIONS P-1.y.

  3. "Department" shall mean the Texas Department of Insurance.

  4. "Company" shall mean a Title Insurance Company as defined in Texas Insurance Code §2501.003(14) and as further defined in PROCEDURAL RULES AND DEFINITIONS P-1.l.

  5. The "business of title insurance" shall mean the business of title insurance as defined in Texas Insurance Code §2501.005 and as further defined in PROCEDURAL RULES AND DEFINITIONS P-1.q.

  6. "Partnership" shall mean a partnership NOT registered with the Office of the Texas Secretary of State in accordance with the Texas Business Organizations Code.

  7. "Entity" shall mean an entity registered with the Office of the Texas Secretary of State in accordance with the Texas Business Organizations Code. The term shall include only those organizational types authorized to engage in the business of title insurance in the State of Texas.

  8. "Certificate of Formation" shall mean a certificate of formation filed with the Office of the Texas Secretary of State in accordance with the Texas Business Organizations Code and shall include valid articles of incorporation, articles of organization, certificate of limited partnership or other valid filing instrument accepted by the Office of the Texas Secretary of State prior to January 1, 2006, for the purposes of initial business organization.

  9. "Control" shall mean the power to direct or cause the direction of the management and policies of a title agent, whether directly or indirectly and as further defined in Procedural Rule P-28. A. 2.

  10. "License" shall mean a title insurance agent's license issued after the approval of an Application for Texas Title Insurance Agent's License (Form FINT143, formerly known as Long Form), pursuant to Administrative Rule L-1.I.

  11. "Signing" and "signature" shall mean the act of signing one's name, whether in writing or electronically.

  12. "Federal Identification Number" (FIN) includes a federally issued Employer Identification Number (EIN), Tax Identification Number (TIN), or Social Security Number (SSN). A FIN may not be used for more than one license.

  13. "Designated manager" shall mean the manager responsible for administering the day-to-day operations in Texas at the applicant's principal place of business, and who has been required to prepare Section A (Biographical Information) of the Application for Texas Title Insurance Agent's License (Form FINT143). If a designated manager has less than five years of experience in a management position with a Texas title insurance agent, direct operation, or title insurance company, or as an attorney that has supervised one or more escrow officers, or a comparable position, the designated manager must notify the Department of that fact.

  14. "Assumed name" shall have the same meaning as in Texas Business and Commerce Code §71.002(2):

    1. for an individual, a name that does not include the surname of the individual;

    2. for a partnership, a name that does not include the surname or other legal name of each joint venturer or general partner;

    3. for an individual or a partnership, a name, including a surname, that suggests the existence of additional owners by including words such as "Company," "& Company," "& Son," "& Sons," "& Associates," "Brothers," and similar words, but not words that merely describe the business being conducted or the professional service being rendered;

    4. for a limited partnership, a name other than the name stated in its certificate of formation;

    5. for a company, a name used by the company;

    6. for a corporation, a name other than the name stated in its certificate of formation or a comparable document;

    7. for a limited liability partnership, a name other than the name stated in its application filed with the office of the secretary of state or a comparable document; and

    8. for a limited liability company, a name other than the name stated in its certificate of formation or a comparable document.

    Effective January 3, 2014 (Order 2806)

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L-1. TITLE INSURANCE AGENT


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An applicant for a license must comply with the instructions in the Application for Texas Title Insurance Agent's License (Form FINT143, formerly known as Long Form), and must submit all required fees. Each Federal Identification Number holder is potentially eligible for one license. An applicant may only submit an application under one FIN, and must use the same FIN for all filings with the Department. An applicant may file an original application or submit the forms electronically, when available. All of the forms referred to herein are available online or upon request from the Department.

To engage in the business of title insurance in a particular county, a Title Agent must:

  1. Be issued a license in accordance with Administrative Rule L-1.I. and comply with the requirements for maintaining that license in an active status,

  2. Possess a valid, active appointment for that county from a Company's Appointing Official, and

  3. Own or lease, and control an abstract plant, or participate in a bona fide joint abstract plant operation.

IN ADDITION TO THE REQUIREMENTS BELOW, THE SPONSORING TITLE INSURANCE COMPANY MUST SUBMIT WITH AN APPLICATION FOR TEXAS TITLE INSURANCE AGENT'S LICENSE (Form FINT143) THE FOLLOWING:

  1. Abstract Plant Information Form (Form FINT120 or Form T-52)
  2. Agent Contract
  3. Agent Contract Submission Form (Form FINT141)

Effective January 3, 2014 (Order 2806)


I. LICENSE ISSUANCE (Application for Texas Title Insurance Agent's License (Form FINT143) - used for licensing of Title Agent)

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Each Application for Texas Title Insurance Agent's License (Form FINT143) must identify a designated manager required to complete Section A (Biographical Information) of the form.

  1. Individual - Submit the following to license a Title Agent:

    1. Completed Section A (Biographical Information) of the Application for Title Insurance Agent's License by the individual and each designated manager.

    2. One completed Section B (Required Business Information) of the Application for Title Insurance Agent's License for the proposed Sole owner. The Agent name on Section B must appear in the form as follows: Sole owner's name d/b/a Assumed Name.

    3. Copy of a valid Assumed Name Certificate filed with the Secretary of State and/or County Clerk(s) in the county(ies) in which the Title Agent will operate.

    4. Section C (Initial Appointment Form) of the Application for Title Insurance Agent's License completed by the sponsoring Title Insurance Company.

    5. Non-refundable license fee of $50.00.

    6. Title Insurance Agent's Bond or in lieu thereof a cash deposit or irrevocable letter(s) of credit issued by a financial institution in this state insured by an agency of the United States Government (or securities approved by the Department) in the sum of the greater of ten thousand dollars ($10,000) or an amount equal to ten percent (10%) of the gross premium written by the agent in accordance with the latest statistical report to the Department but not to exceed one hundred thousand dollars ($100,000). The Principal name on the Bond must reflect as follows: Sole owner's name d/b/a Assumed Name.

  2. Partnership - Submit the following to license a Title Agent:

    1. Completed Section A (Biographical Information) of the Application for Title Insurance Agent's License for each partner, and designated manager (s) and each officer, director, manager, partner and shareholder who is in control of an entity designated as a partner.

    2. One completed Section B (Required Business Information) of the Application for Title Insurance Agent's License for the proposed partnership. The Agent name on Section B (Required Business Information) must reflect the exact Agent name. If an Assumed Name is being used the Agent name on Section B must appear in the form: Partnership Agent Name d/b/a Assumed Name.

    3. If using an Assumed Name, a copy of a valid Assumed Name Certificate filed with the Secretary of State and/or County Clerk(s) in the county(ies) in which the Title Agent will operate.

    4. Section C (Initial Appointment Form) of the Application for Title Insurance Agent's License completed by the sponsoring Title Insurance Company.

    5. Non-refundable license fee of $50.00.

    6. Title Insurance Agent's Bond or in lieu thereof a cash deposit or irrevocable letter(s) of credit issued by a financial institution in this state insured by an agency of the United States Government (or securities approved by the Department) in the sum of the greater of ten thousand dollars ($10,000) or an amount equal to ten percent (10%) of the gross premium written by the agent in accordance with the latest statistical report to the Department but not to exceed one hundred thousand dollars ($100,000).

      1. The Principal name on the Bond must reflect as follows: Name of the Partnership.
      2. If an Assumed Name is being used, the Agent name on the Bond must appear in the form: Partnership Agent Name d/b/a Assumed Name.
    7. Copy of Partnership Agreement.
  3. Entity - Submit the following to license a Title Agency:

    1. Completed Section A (Biographical Information) of the Application for Title Insurance Agent's License for each officer, director, manager, designated manager (s), partner, and shareholder who is in control of the entity, and each officer, director, manager, partner , and shareholder who is in control of an entity designated as a shareholder or partner.

    2. One completed Section B (Required Business Information) of the Application for Title Insurance Agent's License for the proposed Entity. The Agent name on Section B must reflect the exact Agent name. The Agent must attach to Section B a list of all the Assumed Names under which the Agent does business and the county associated with each Assumed Name. The Department will not issue a separate license for each Assumed Name.

    3. An certified copy of the Certificate of Formation from the Office of the Texas Secretary of State.

    4. If using an Assumed Name, a copy of a valid Assumed Name Certificate filed with the Office of the Texas Secretary of State and/or County Clerk(s) in the county(ies) in which the Title Agency will operate.

    5. A printed copy of the webpage displaying the title agent's Franchise Tax Account Status, available on the Texas Comptroller of Public Accounts' website at https://www.comptroller.texas.gov/taxes/franchise/coas-instructions.php, and a current Franchise Tax Public Information Report on file with the Texas Comptroller of Public Accounts.

    6. Section C (Initial Appointment Form) of the Application for Title Insurance Agent's License completed by the sponsoring Title Insurance Company.

    7. Non-refundable license fee of $50.00.

    8. Title Insurance Agent's Bond or in lieu thereof a cash deposit or irrevocable letter(s) of credit issued by a financial institution in this state insured by an agency of the United States Government (or securities approved by the Department) in the sum of the greater of ten thousand dollars ($10,000) or an amount equal to ten percent (10%) of the gross premium written by the agent in accordance with the latest statistical report to the Department but not to exceed one hundred thousand dollars ($100,000).

      1. The Principal name on the Bond must reflect as follows: Name of the Entity.
      2. If an Assumed Name is being used, the Agent name on the Bond must appear in the form: Entity Agent Name d/b/a Assumed Name.
    9. Application for at least one individual to act as Escrow Officer for the Entity Title Agent and a Texas Escrow Officers Schedule Bond or in lieu thereof a cash deposit or irrevocable letter(s) of credit issued by a financial institution in this state insured by an agency of the United States Government (or securities approved by the Department).
Effective January 3, 2014

II. APPOINTMENTS BY ADDITIONAL COMPANIES

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For all Title Agents - To make additional appointments, the Company must submit the following:

  1. Agent Contract Submission Form (Form FINT141).

  2. Copy of the new contract between the Company and the Agent.

  3. Abstract Plant Information Form (Form FINT120 or Form T-52) and any applicable agreements.

  4. Title Agent Update Form (Form FINT129) signed and dated by an authorized representative for the Title Agent.

  5. Schedule D Form, completed in accordance with Procedural Rule P-21.

  6. Notification of Appointment (Form FINT142), including the appointing company's FIN.

  7. Non-refundable Appointment fee of $16.00.

Effective January 3, 2014 (Order 2806)


III. CANCELLATION

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  1. To cancel a Title Agent from acting as Agent for a Company, the Company must give the Agent 30 days' notice of cancellation before the effective date of the cancellation unless the Agent is canceled for cause as defined in the agency agreement. The Company must submit written notice of cancellation to the Department within three business days of notifying the Agent of the cancellation. The notice must state the reason for cancellation and the effective date of the cancellation.

  2. A Title Insurance Agent may voluntarily surrender a license at any time. The Agent must notify the Department and each Title Insurance Company that appointed the Agent of the surrender not less than 45 days before the surrender becomes effective. The Agent's notice to the Department must include:

    1. Written notification that the Agent is ceasing operations, including the effective date of cancellation for the Agent's license.
    2. The Agent's current plan for an orderly winding down of its operations and compliance with Administrative Rule D-1.

  3. A Title Insurance Agent may voluntarily cancel an appointment at any time. The Agent must notify each Company that appointed the Agent of the cancellation 30 days before the cancellation becomes effective. The Agent must submit written notification of appointment cancellation to the Department within three business days of the effective date of the termination of the agency agreement. The notice must state the reason for cancellation and the effective date of the cancellation.

  4. If a Title Insurance Company is the sole underwriter for the Agent at the time of cancellation, Administrative Rule D-1 must be followed unless the Agent is seeking an appointment by another Title Insurance Company. If the Agent is seeking an appointment by another Title Insurance Company, the Agent must submit to the Department a sworn statement to that effect which identifies the other Title Insurance Company.

Effective January 3, 2014 (Order 2806)


IV. EXPIRATION, SUSPENSION, AND RENEWAL

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  1. A Title Agent's license expires two years after the date of issuance. If a Title Agent holds multiple appointments, each appointment remains effective, without the necessity of renewal, until either the license is canceled or the Company terminates the appointment.

  2. The Department will suspend a license if the Title Agent does not have a valid appointment.

    1. A suspension period does not extend the license's two-year expiration date.
    2. If the license's two-year expiration date has not passed, the Department will lift the suspension on receipt of an acceptable appointment filing, as described in Administrative Rule L-1.II.
  3. Unless revoked, terminated, or canceled, the Department shall send written notice of renewal to each agent at the address on record with the Department at least 45 days prior to the expiration date of such license. In the event that the license is not renewed by the agent by the expiration date, the Department shall, within 45 days after the license expires, send written notice of expiration to the agent. Failure of the Department to send written notice of renewal or expiration shall not, in any event, toll the expiration date of the agent license nor prejudice any enforcement action brought by the Department. The Department may provide notice either electronically or by physical letter.

  4. To renew any license, on or before the expiration date of the license, the Title Agent must submit to the Department the following:

    1. The application for renewal of Title Insurance Agent's License provided by the Department.

    2. Non-refundable renewal fee of $35.00.

    3. A printed copy of the webpage displaying the title agent's Franchise Tax Account Status, available on the Texas Comptroller of Public Accounts' website at https://www.comptroller.texas.gov/taxes/franchise/coas-instructions.php.

    4. A current Franchise Tax Public Information Report on file with the Texas Comptroller of Public Accounts.

  5. Failure of a Title Agent to submit any of the above forms on or before the expiration date of the license, results in automatic expiration of the respective license.

  6. If a Title Agent's license is expired for not longer than 90 days, the license may be renewed by submitting the renewal form and paying the required non-refundable renewal fee and a fee of one half (1/2) of the license fee.

  7. If a Title Agent's license is expired for more than 90 days, the license may not be renewed.

  8. If the amount of the Bond or other security required in Texas Insurance Code §§2651.101-104, has increased from the Bond or other security on file with the Department, a new Bond, Rider, Endorsement, increase in cash, or an amended letter of credit in the amount required by §§2651.101-104 shall be filed.

  9. The Department will not renew an agent license which has been suspended pursuant to Texas Insurance Code §2651.010 unless a valid notice of appointment is received within 90 days of the license's two-year expiration date. The 90-day late renewal filing period cannot be used to effect a new appointment by a Title Insurance Company after the expiration date of a license that is suspended on the license renewal date.

Effective January 3, 2014 (Order 2806)


V. CHANGE IN OPERATIONS

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  1. The following changes in operations require written notice to the Department, but DO NOT REQUIRE cancellation of an existing license and issuance of a new license:

    1. A change in Entity ownership of less than 50% and/or a change in the officers, directors, manager, designated managers, or partners of a currently licensed entity Title Agent requires written notification as follows, as applicable:

      1. Title Agent Update Form (Form FINT129) signed and dated by an authorized representative for the Title Agent.

      2. Schedule D for each Underwriter.

      3. Copy of documentation evidencing ownership change.

      4. Section A (Biographical Information) of the Application for Title Insurance Agent's License for each new officer, director, manager, designated manager, partner and shareholder who is in control of the entity, and each new officer, director, manager, partner and shareholder who is in control of an entity designated as a partner or shareholder.

    2. A change in the location or mailing address of an existing Title Agent or branch office location requires written notification to the Department, accompanied by a completed Title Agent Update Form.

    3. Change in County.
      1. Addition of a County requires written notification as follows:

        1. Agent Contract, or an Amendment thereto.
        2. Agent Contract Submission Form (Form FINT141).
        3. Abstract Plant Information Form (Form FINT120 or Form T-52) and any applicable agreements for all new counties.
        4. Title Agent Update Form (Form FINT129) signed and dated by an authorized representative for the Title Agent.
      2. Deletion of a County requires written notification as follows:

        1. Agent Contract, or an Amendment thereto.
        2. Agent Contract Submission Form (Form FINT141 ).
        3. Title Agent Update Form (Form FINT129) signed and dated by an authorized representative for the Title Agent.
    4. Change in the "Entity Name" and/or "Assumed Name" of an entity title agent, including the use of multiple or additional "Assumed Names" or the abandonment of an "Assumed Name," requires written notification as follows, as applicable:

      1. Agent Contract, or an Amendment thereto.
      2. Agent Contract Submission Form (Form FINT141 ).
      3. Title Agent Update Form (Form FINT129) signed and dated by an authorized representative for the Title Agent.
      4. Texas Title Insurance Agent's/Direct Operation's bond and Texas Escrow Officer Schedule bond or an original rider or endorsement thereto reflecting the new Agent name.
      5. If the Entity name changes, a certified copy of the amended Certificate of Formation reflecting the Entity name as amended.
      6. If an "Assumed Name" is used, a copy of a valid Assumed Name Certificate filed with the Secretary of State and/or County Clerk(s) in the county(ies) in which the Title Agent will operate.
      7. If the Entity name changes, the current Title Insurance Agent's license and all current Title Insurance Escrow Officer licenses or a sworn statement from the Agent stating that the license has been lost or misplaced.
      8. Abstract Plant Information Form (Form FINT120 or Form T-52) and any applicable agreements.
      9. A printed copy of the webpage displaying the title agent's Franchise Tax Account Status, available on the Texas Comptroller of Public Accounts' website at https://www.comptroller.texas.gov/taxes/franchise/coas-instructions.php.
      10. Current Franchise Tax Public Information Report on file with the Texas Comptroller of Public Accounts.
      11. Schedule D for each Underwriter.
    5. Change in " Assumed Name" of an individual or partnership Agent requires written notification as follows:

      1. Agent Contract, or an Amendment thereto.
      2. Agent Contract Submission Form (Form FINT141 ).
      3. Title Agent Update Form (Form FINT129) signed and dated by an authorized representative for the Title Agent.
      4. Texas Title Insurance Agent's/Direct Operation's bond and Texas Escrow Officer Schedule bond or an original rider or endorsement thereto reflecting the new Agent name.
      5. A copy of a valid Assumed Name Certificate filed with the Secretary of State and/or County Clerk(s) in the county(ies) in which the Title Agent will operate.
      6. The current Title Insurance Agent's license and all current Title Insurance Escrow Officer licenses or a sworn statement from the Agent stating that the license has been lost or misplaced.
      7. Abstract Plant Information Form (Form FINT120 or Form T-52) and any applicable agreements.
      8. Schedule D for each Underwriter.
      9. A printed copy of the webpage displaying the title agent's Franchise Tax Account Status, available on the Texas Comptroller of Public Accounts' website at https://www.comptroller.texas.gov/taxes/franchise/coas-instructions.php.
      10. Current Franchise Tax Public Information Report on file with the Texas Comptroller of Public Accounts.
    6. Ownership change of a partnership Title Agent due to withdrawal of a partner(s) and no new partner(s) added to partnership requires written notification as follows:

      1. Cover letter describing the change. The cover letter must identify the documents submitted and the reason for making the filing.
      2. Agent Contract, or an Amendment thereto.
      3. Agent Contract Submission Form (Form FINT141 ).
      4. Title Agent Update Form (Form FINT129) signed and dated by an authorized representative for the Title Agent.
      5. Copy of amended partnership agreement or copy of documentation evidencing ownership change.
      6. The current Title Insurance Agent's license or a sworn statement from the Agent stating that the license has been lost or misplaced.
      7. Schedule D for each Underwriter.
    7. Ownership change of an Entity Title Agent due to a person ceasing to be an owner , member, manager, or stockholder through the transfer or sale of all of the person's shares of stock or interest and no new stockholder(s) , member(s), manager(s), or owners added to the Entity including the withdrawal of a partner(s) and no new partner(s) added requires written notification as follows:

      1. Cover letter describing the change. The cover letter must identify the documents submitted and the reason for making the filing.
      2. Title Agent Update Form (Form FINT129) signed and dated by an authorized representative for the Title Agent.
      3. Copy of documentation evidencing ownership change.
      4. Schedule D for each Underwriter.
    8. Subject to Administrative Rule L-1.V.B.2, a change in organizational structure made by an Entity pursuant to the Texas Business Organization Code including a change in ownership of 50% or more if there is no change in control requires written notification certifying, under oath, that there is no change of control as defined in Procedural Rule P-28.A.2. Submit the following additional documents, as applicable:

      1. Cover letter describing the change. The cover letter must identify the documents submitted and the reason for making the filing.
      2. Title Agent Update Form (Form FINT129) signed and dated by an authorized representative for the Title Agent.
      3. Schedule D for each Underwriter.
      4. Completed Section A (Biographical Information) of the Application for Title Insurance Agent's License for each new officer, director, manager, designated manager, partner, and shareholder who is in control of the entity, and each new officer, director, manager, partner , and shareholder who is in control of an entity designated as a partner or shareholder.
      5. The applicable certificate issued by the Office of the Texas Secretary of State (e.g. Certificate of Merger, Exchange, or Conversion).
      6. In cases involving a change in the "Entity Name" or " Assumed Name," the requirements of Administrative Rule L-1.V.A.4 may be completed simultaneously with these requirements.
    9. A change in abstract plant requires written notification from the Title Agent to the Department if:

      1. an abstract plant owned by the Title Agent is sold;
      2. an abstract plant is purchased by the Title Agent;
      3. a Joint Abstract Plant is used and a change in ownership occurs; or
      4. the Title Agent changes leased abstract plant provider.

        Submit the following additional documents, as applicable:

        1. Abstract Plant Form (Form FINT120 or Form T-52) by at least one Sponsoring Underwriter for each county affected.
        2. Complete, signed copy of the plant lease with the new abstract plant provider.
        3. Copy of the bill of sale or other documentation evidencing the sale or purchase of an abstract plant.
  2. The following changes in operations REQUIRE cancellation of all existing agent and escrow officer licenses and submission of a new Application for Title Insurance Agent's License (Form FINT143) as described in L-1 along with applicable escrow officer applications and forms for appointments by additional companies for issuance of a new license.
    1. Ownership change of an individual or partnership Title Agent with new partner(s) added to partnership.
    2. Entity ownership change of 50% or more with new owner(s) or partner(s) added to the Entity if there is a change in control.

Effective January 3, 2014 (Order 2806)


VI. SPECIAL NOTE REGARDING CHANGE IN OPERATIONS

  1. Existing licenses will be canceled no later than 60 days from receipt of the first cancellation notice. All required items listed in Section III.A above must be in the office of the Department before a new license will be issued.

  2. New owners cannot conduct the business of a Title Agent until they have been notified by the Department that their license has been issued.

  3. A new Entity name may not be used until the Agent has been notified by the Department that a license has been issued under a new name.

  4. When there is a change in operations of an existing Title Agent which requires cancellation of the Agent license, all currently licensed Escrow Officers for said Title Insurance Agent must be canceled. If an Escrow Officer is to represent a new Title Agent, an application for a new license must be filed on behalf of the Escrow Officer.

  5. An agent may not operate in a County for a specific Underwriter until the Agent has been notified by the Department that the Change of County filing has been approved and the County has been added to their title agent license.

Effective January 3, 2014 (Order 2806)


VII. TRANSITION TO MULTIPLE APPOINTMENTS UNDER ONE LICENSE

The Department will recognize only one license per FIN, beginning no earlier than January 3, 2014. Currently licensed Title Agents sharing a FIN will share one license.

  1. Unless the FIN-holder requests, in writing, to retain a different license before January 3, 2014, the FIN-holder will retain only the oldest license issued. All other licenses will convert to appointments that relate to that oldest license.

  2. If the FIN-holder requests, in writing, to retain a different license before January 3, 2014, the written letter must specify the license to be retained and the FIN to be associated with the license. All other licenses will convert to appointments that relate to that license.

  3. The appointments resulting from subsections A and B of this section will remain in effect automatically without further action unless and until the Title Agent or Company takes action to cancel or surrender the appointment in accordance with the applicable section of this rule.

  4. The Department will send each Title Agent a reconciliation report describing the Title Agent's licensure and appointment status.

Effective January 3, 2014 (Order 2806)

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