ABSTRACTING, SEARCHING, AND LAND RECORDS MANAGEMENT
This is an up-to-date course for County Recorders, Title Abstractors, Title Searchers and all who work with Land Title Records.
The course has been updated with Minnesota Law, Title Standards, and case law affecting land titles, recorders and abstractors and covers all items outlined by the state for the Minnesota State Abstractor Licensing Examination, including legal terminology and hyperlinks throughout the class that refer to state laws and compliance.
This 30-hour online course can be taken 24/7 by smart phone, tablet or computer and will give you a Virtual Walk Through of all the Public Offices needed to search land titles – County Recorders, Registrars of Titles, Treasurers, Auditors, Assessors, Secretary of State, District Courts and Federal District Courts. It gives sample searches and document copies. Examines Abstract and Registered land searches. It explains recordable form and problems that are typically found when recording. It explains and examines the three legal indices required by the state of each County Recorder and how they are used – the Numerical Register/Reception Book, Grantor-Grantee Index and the Tract Index. The course discusses insurable title vs. marketable title and discusses how to make links in the chain of title when they appear to be missing. With this course blueprint, you will be able to create a complete abstract of title from Federal Patent to current date.
While Real Estate Laws and customs do not change quickly, they DO change as do Title Standards and Case Laws that affect title. Even those with significant experience in the industry will find value. Don’t miss this new class – sign up here!