The Title Issues and Standards Committee’s mission is to regularly update Florida's Uniform Title Standards (the “Standards”) based on existing law and industry practice and to publish and promote the use of the Standards for title examination and real estate practice. The Committee also monitors applicable law and provides input on proposed legislation affecting title to Florida real estate.
The Florida Uniform Title Standards are designed to serve as a reference for some of the more common problems encountered in the examination of titles to real estate in Florida. The purpose of uniform title standards, generally, is to facilitate conveyancing by eliminating needless objections to marketability of title. A title standard is a voluntary agreement made in advance by members of the Bar on the manner of treating a particular title problem when and if it arises. These standards are interpretations of existing law and practice, and, although they are approved by the Real Property, Probate, and Trust Law Section of The Florida Bar, they do not have the formal approval of any court or legislative body. Nevertheless, if they are generally adhered to, their purpose should be accomplished satisfactorily.
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If you would like to join the Title Issues & Standards committee, please email the Co-Chairs, Rebecca Wood, at email@example.com or Amanda Hersem at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Rebecca L.A. Wood and Amanda K. Hersem, Co-ChairsKarla J. Staker, Robert ("Bob") M. Graham, and Melissa Scaletta, Co-Vice Chairs