Closeline can conduct settlement related business directly or through its affiliates in every state. Depending on the state, this may include title insurance or other settlement or closing activities. Various states require attorneys to be involved in the settlement process and in those states Closeline cooperates or partners with law firms to do the required activities. Some states do not require Closeline to be licensed but rather that the officers or individuals affiliated with Closeline be licensed. Others require that both Closeline and the officers be licensed. Several states require a separate escrow license and most include escrow activities under the purview of the title license. Closeline insures that it has the proper licensing in every state in which it does business as part of its Best Practices compliance and utilizes a proprietary computerized tracking system to keep its licensing, and associated requirements current and up to date. If you require any license or Best Practice information please contact email@example.com
Missouri law (20 CSR 700-1.025) requires a notice of the states in which Closeline LLC is authorized or licensed to do the business of insurance. Please click here for information relative to this notice.