Examining Title Commitments and Preparing Curative Documents (On-Demand)


This comprehensive webinar will focus on the most current issues for all transportation modes, including emerging technologies. The webinar will be helpful to both seasoned transportation professionals as well as lawyers whose practice occasionally touches on transportation issues. The program provides critical tips for both litigators and transactional lawyers. For example, participants will learn about the tax consequences for clients who purchase and operate a private yacht, plane, or even a large commercial truck. The program will alert the practitioner to patent considerations for entrepreneurial clients, and tips for helping clients purchase private aircraft or a special one of-a-kind classic car. The presenters will address cutting-edge litigation issues for specific jurisdiction, maritime cases, and recent OSHA regulations. Finally, you will learn about the disruption to transportation caused by the COVID-19 pandemic.

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Event Details

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Course Instructor

Nathan Osborn, Esq.

Original Date Of Course

General Credits


Course Description

 This presentation provides a basic overview on title commitments, how to review title commitments, and how to negotiate away potential title issues.  The presentation also dives into using corrective instruments to cure title issues.


  1. What is a Title Commitment?
  2. Tips for Reviewing Title
  3. Schedule A and B Checklists
  4. Title Commitment Exceptions
    • Schedule B1 Requirements
    • Schedule B2 Standard Exceptions
  5. Exceptions War Stories
  6. Removing/Modifying Exceptions
  7. Handling Title Objections
  8. Junk Exceptions
  9. Title Policy
  10. Corrective Deeds/Affidavits
  11. Scrivener’s Affidavit
  12. Boundary Issues/Resolving Encroachments
  13. Other Ways to Cure an Encroachment
  14. Addressing Encroachments with Title Insurance
  15. Preparing Releases of Liens


Nathan Osborn, Esq. 

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