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TILA/RESPA Integrated Disclosure Forms, Part 2: Implementation
TILA/RESPA Integrated Disclosure Forms, Part 1: Key Problem Areas
CLTA New Laws / New Cases 2014
CLTA's Breaking Down Policy Coverages
CLTA/CEA's Working Together on Vesting & Divesting, Part 2
CLTA's New Laws/New Cases 2013
CLTA Discussion with County Recorders
CLTA/CEA's Working Together on Vesting & Divesting
CLTA's Bankruptcy Webinar
CLTA's Revised Trustee's Sale Guarantee (aka Guarantee No. 22)
Mechanics' Liens - A Live Two-Part Webinar
Short Sales - Part 1 and Part 2
Presented in conjunction with the California Escrow Association.
California Land Title Association and its' members can now receive a 15% discount on the American Land Title Association's Title 101 and Title 201, the online courses on the basics of title. Simply visit the ALTA/CLTA Partnership site, to see detailed information on the courses offered and how to order the online courses.
California Land Title Association and its' members can now receive a 20% discount on all continuing education courses offered through Lorman Education Services. Lorman, a trusted provider of educational opportunities for over 20 years, offers the highest quality in educational seminars and products. Education topics are wide-ranging, and include programs on everything from Water Rights to Construction Lien Law and Land Use.
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We encourage you to use these work sets as an informative training tool throughout your office. The CLTA Education Committee hopes to create more training guides similar to the Creditor’s Rights and Mechanics' Liens work sets and we need to hear your input. Please take a few minutes after reviewing this work set and fill out our survey. (PDF)
1. Creditor's Rights (PDF)
2. Mechanics' Liens (PDF)
If you are unable to open the file, please email the CLTA at firstname.lastname@example.org to request a copy via US Mail.