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By Lisa A. Tyler
National Escrow Administrator

The Company provides live training on the topic of ethics during both webcast and seminar events. This topic is discussed to raise awareness of the legal duties of a settlement agent in real estate closings and, because ethics is not always susceptible to a clear and concise definition.

Author and public speaker Jerome Mayne is working with National Escrow Administration at Fidelity National Title Group this year by sharing his story at the on–site training events around the country. His compelling presentation broaches the topics of fraud and ethics. Since 2001, he has been helping organizations that want their people to make inspired decisions in impossible situations. Read more about him in the sample taken from his book entitled "DIARY of a white collar criminal."

Searching or examining real estate records is an art. Title insurance companies rely on the skills of the employees in the title department to mitigate the risks associated with insuring transactions. So often one small detail found within just one document can be the difference between hundreds of thousands in claims or no claim at all. Sydney Clay, Title Assistant for Fidelity National Title in California, is showing real promise in her chosen career in the title department. Read "JUST one red flag" for the one she identified in just one document saving the Company from a potential claim.

This month's notary–know–how article is entitled "NOTARY bond vs. errors and omissions insurance." Read the article to discover the coverages for commissioned notaries.

Be sure to answer the monthly notary question to make certain you understand the tips shared to increase your "NOTARY know how!"

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