CLTA eNews - January 2016 In This Issue
CLTA NEWS
SACRAMENTO REPORT
INDUSTRY NEWS
COURT CASES
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CLTA NEWS
The 2016 CLTA Annual Directory will be in the hands of our members soon! This important industry publication reaches all regular title company members and Affiliate members including attorneys, lenders, builders, surveyors, trustees, escrow agents, consultants, data firms and more! ...
 
Please join us April 24-26, 2016 for CLTA's 109th Annual Convention at the beautiful Balboa Bay Resort.  Sponsor now!  
 
SACRAMENTO REPORT
The 2016 Session of the Legislature has begun and representatives are steadily introducing and amending bills, with over 200 bills introduced since January 4th. The final deadline for bill introduction in 2016 is February 27th.   The CLTA expects ...
 
Appointed prior to the start of the 2015 by Senate President pro Tem Kevin de León and Assembly Speaker Toni Atkins, the California Senate and Assembly Insurance Committees Chairs remain unchanged coming into the 2nd year of the 2015-16 Legislative Session.  The Senate Insurance Committee ...
 
California revenues for the first half of the fiscal year totaled $51.1 billion, exceeding projections by $884.6 million. The overage is based largely on higher-than-expected personal income tax revenues. Also, for the first year in 15 years  ...
 
Data Trace
INDUSTRY NEWS
The Board of Equalization (BOE) recently launched a new online tool to help creditors determine which properties are located in a rural or underserved area.  As stated in the ...
 
Representative Paul Cook from California’s Eight Congressional District is proposing an administrative approach for a county to confirm a right of way. His bill, HR 4313, addresses the problem that currently, one of the only means a county has to confirm a right-of-way is to ...
 
Petru Corporation
COURT CASES
Majd v. Bank of America (G050250) 
The court reversed the trial court's sustaining of a demurrer, holding that:  1.  An impropriety in the transfer of a promissory note affects only the parties to the transaction, not ...  
 
 

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