36-13 ABSTRACTERS OF TITLE
ABSTRACTERS OF TITLE
Abstracters' Board of Examiners--Professional members.
Lay member of board.
Definition of terms.
Chain of title defined.
Election of officers--Bond required of secretary-treasurer.
Board continued within Department of Labor and Regulation--Records and
Informational budget reviewed by Legislature--Deposit of funds with state
treasurer--Abstracters' board of examiners account created.
Records and accounts of board--Inspection.
Enforcement of chapter by board--Seal.
Promulgation of rules.
Subpoena power of board officers--Administration of oaths--Depositions.
Certificate of registration required for business of abstracting.
Unauthorized business prohibited--Violation as misdemeanor.
Injunctions--Election of remedies.
Title plant required to engage in business.
Application for certificate of registration--Examination--Fees.
Criminal background investigation of applicants.
Scope of examination for certificate of registration.
Separate applications and examinations for different counties.
Bond required for certificate of registration--Amount and conditions.
Financial standing of personal sureties on bond--Investigation and property
Filing and registration of bond.
Additional bond required for certificate--Insufficient bond.
Parties to action on abstracter's bond.
Recitals in certificate of registration--Authority to engage in business--Access
to public offices and records.
Fee for certificate of registration--Duration and renewal--Contents of
application for renewal.
Inspection costs collected from applicant.
Temporary certificate to engage in business.
Register of applicants and certificates.
Seal of abstracter--Impression deposited with board--Affixing to abstracts.
Schedule of fees for doing business established by board--Exceeding schedule
Certified abstract as prima facie evidence in judicial proceedings.
Abstracter's countersignature on title policy.
Destroyed public records replaced from abstracter's records--Expense.
Suspension or revocation of certificate of registration.
Procedure for suspension or revocation.
36-13-32, 36-13-33. Omitted.