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Open and Shut: The Closing Process in Three Acts
3-part live online seminar

Price:
Members: $50
Non-Members: $65

Dates:
August 15, 22 & 29 (12:00 pm - 1:00 pm) - Register Now

Closing, sometimes called settlement, is that point in time when an interest in real property is transferred or created based upon the express agreement of the parties. The most common property rights closed are ownership, mortgage and leasehold interests. Though the transfer and creation of such interests occur in the proverbial blink of an eye, the process of closing begins with the opening of a file. It continues until the statutory perfection of the bargained for interest occurs and the settlement agent shuts their file. This three-hour seminar, presented in three parts, covers this process.

Accreditation:
- Florida Bar - 3.0 General credits; 3.0 Real Estate or Business Litigation certification credit; 0.5 Ethics credits
- NALA - 3.0 hours of continuing education credit
- Department of Financial Services - 3.0 hours of continuing education credit

Members may utilize the interactive chat feature during the webinar or email questions in advance to educationregistrar@thefund.com.


Meeting Commitment Requirements & Deleting Exceptions
3-part live online seminar

Price:
Members: $50
Non-Members: $65

Dates:
September 12, 19 & 26 (12:00 pm - 1:00 pm) - Register Now

The title insurance commitment plays a significant role in the closing of real estate transactions and can be a vital part of your journey to closing and issuance of the title insurance policy. This practical seminar examines and explains how to draft and meet the most commonly encountered Schedule B-I requirements and how to delete standard specific exceptions by complying with Fund guidelines and procedures. During the seminar, a Title Search Report and contract will be examined and translated into their relevant Schedule A statements, Schedule B-I requirements, and Schedule B-II exceptions. The Fund Title Notes, Standard Commitment Clauses, and Affidavit Practice Manual play a crucial role in preparing the commitment and deleting exceptions and will be used throughout the seminar as a reference.

Accreditation:
- Florida Bar - 3.5 general credits, 3.5 real estate certification credits, and .5 ethics credit
- NALA - 3.0 hours of continuing education credit
- Department of Financial Services - 3.0 hours of continuing education credit

Members may utilize the interactive chat feature during the webinar or email questions in advance to educationregistrar@thefund.com.


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If the seminar you attend proves unsatisfactory in any way, we will give you your choice of a full credit against a future Legal Education department seminar; or a refund. We will promptly respond to your needs and inquiries about seminars, and if we do not respond to your satisfaction, the next seminar or Fundinar you attend is on us.

To make a claim under the Guarantee, notify us in writing within one week after the seminar or unsatisfactory response. Claims may also be initiated by Legal Education personnel who discover unfavorable seminar evaluations.

For more information, please contact the Education Registrar at 888-407-7775 or email EducationRegistrar@thefund.com.