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Title Insurance Rate Manual New York State

This manual sets forth rules, definitions, classifications of risk, rates for policies of title insurance and approved forms of policies, endorsements and other forms for use by the members and subscribers of the Title Insurance Rate Service Association (TIRSA). The Title Insurance Rate Service Association is licensed by the Superintendent of Insurance of the State of New York pursuant to Article 23 of the Insurance Law as a "Rate Service Organization". This manual and its contents have been filed with and approved by the Superintendent of Insurance in accordance with the Insurance Law of the State of New York. The provisions of this manual are binding upon all members and subscribers of the Title Insurance Rate Service Association and their agents and must be used on and after the effective date hereof unless a specific deviation from this manual has been filed by an individual member company with, and approved by, the Superintendent of Insurance.

MEMBERS OF TIRSA AS OF MAY 1, 2007 ARE:

Chicago Title Insurance Company
Commonwealth Land Title Insurance Company
Conestoga Title Insurance Company
Fidelity National Title Insurance Company of New York
First American Title Insurance Company
First Atlantic Title Insurance Corporation
Lawyers Title Insurance Corporation
Monroe Title Insurance Corporation
National Title Insurance of New York Inc.
Nations Title Insurance of New York Inc.
Northeast Investors Title Insurance Company
Old Republic National Title Insurance Company
Public Title Insurance Company
Stewart Title Insurance Company
Ticor Title Insurance Company
Ticor Title Insurance Company of Florida
United General Title Insurance Company
Washington Title Insurance Company

 

SUBSCRIBERS TO TIRSA AS OF MAY 1, 2007 ARE:

United Capital Title Insurance Company

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TABLE OF CONTENTS

 

PART I - RULES AND DEFINITIONS

I-5
SECTION 1 - RATES AND RULESI-6
SECTION 2 - ZONESI-7
SECTION 3 - COINSURANCEI-8
SECTION 4 - POLICY FORMS AND ENDORSEMENTS I-8
SECTION 5 - MINIMUM INSURANCE: OWNER'S POLICYI-8
SECTION 6 - MINIMUM INSURANCE: LOAN POLICYI-8
SECTION 7 - MINIMUM INSURANCE: LEASEHOLD INSURANCEI-9
SECTION 8 - REPEALED INSURANCEI-9
SECTION 9 - REPEALEDI-9
SECTION 10 - MINIMUM INSURANCE - COOPERATIVE LEASEHOLD INSURANCEI-9
SECTION 11 - COOPERATIVE LEASEHOLD INSURANCEI-9
SECTION 12 - CONSTRUCTION LOAN INSURANCEI-10
SECTION 13 - SIMULTANEOUS ISSUE OF OWNER'S AND LOAN OR CONSTRUCTION LOAN POLICIESI-10
SECTION 14 - REFINANCE AND SUBORDINATE MORTGAGEI-11
SECTION 15 - OWNER'S POLICY TO FORECLOSING LENDERI-11
SECTION 16 - MODIFICATION OF AN INSURED LOAN (including Construction Loan Insurance)I-12
SECTION 17 - MORTGAGE ASSUMPTIONI-13
SECTION 18 - SIMULTANEOUS ISSUE OF OWNER'S AND LEASEHOLD POLICIESI-13
SECTION 19 - SIMULTANEOUS ISSUE OF TWO OR MORE LOAN POLICIESI-13
SECTION 20 - BULK FEE, LEASEHOLD, AND LOAN POLICIES ON CONDOMINIUM UNITS AND RESIDENTIAL SUBDIVISIONS I-13
SECTION 21 - "LIMITED LIABILITY" MORTGAGE COVERAGEI-14
SECTION 22 - AFFIRMATIVE COVENANT INSURANCE (new construction or alterationI-14
SECTION 23 - MORTGAGE FORECLOSURE GUARANTEEI-14
SECTION 24 - RECORDED DOCUMENT CERTIFICATE AND APPLICATIONI-14
SECTION 25 - ENDORSEMENTSI-15
SECTION 26 - NOTICE OF AVAILABILITYI-16
SECTION 27 - SURVEY INSPECTION COVERAGEI-16
SECTION 28 - UNCLOSED APPLICATIONI-16
SECTION 29 - CONTRACT VENDEE INSURANCEI-17
SECTION 30 - MINIMUM INSURANCE: ENTITY PURCHASE (with Non-Imputation Endorsement)I-17
SECTION 31 - TIRSA JUNIOR LOAN POLICYI-18
SECTION 32 - CONTINUATION OF INSURANCEI-18
SECTION 33 - OPTION INSURANCEI-19
SECTION 34 - TIRSA OWNER'S EXTENDED PROTECTION POLICY FOR A ONE TO FOUR FAMILY RESIDENCEI-20
SECTION 35 - MEZZANINE FINANCING INSURANCEI-20
SECTION 36 - LOAN POLICY - REVERSE MORTGAGESI-20

PART II - RATES

II-21
SECTION 1 - OWNER'S AND LOAN POLICY RATESII-22

PART III - APPROVED FORMS

III-23
SECTION 1 - CURRENT TITLE INSURANCE POLICY FORMSIII-24
SECTION 2 -CURRENT ENDORSEMENTSIII-24
SECTION 3 - OTHER CURRENT FORMSIII-26
SECTION 4 - PRIOR 1992 PLOICIES AND PRIOR ENDORSEMENTS FOR USE THEREWITHIII-26
     (A) PRIOR 1992 POLICIESIII-26
     (B) PRIOR ENDORSEMENTS FOR USE WITH ALTA 1992
            POLICIESIII-26
SECTION 5 - PRIOR 1990 PLOICIES AND PRIOR ENDORSEMENTS FOR USE THEREWITHIII-28
     (A) PRIOR 1990 POLICIESIII-29
     (B) PRIOR ENDORSEMENTS FOR USE THEREWITH III-29

PART IV - SAMPLE POLICIES

IV-30
SECTION 1 - SAMPLE POLICIESIV-30

PART V - SAMPLE ENDORSEMENTS

V-82
SECTION 1 - SAMPLE ENDORSEMENTSV-82

PART VI - SAMPLES - OTHER CURRENT FORMS

VI-140
SECTION 1 - SAMPLE OTHER CURRENT FORMSVI-140

PART VII - PRIOR 1992 POLICIES AND PRIOR ENDORSEMENTS FOR USE THEREWITH

VII-149
SECTION 1 - PRIOR 1992 POLICIESVII-149

PART VIII - PRIOR 1990 POLICIES AND PRIOR ENDORSEMENTS FOR USE THEREWITH

VI-234
SECTION 1 - PRIOR 1990 POLICIESVIII-234

Part I - RULES AND DEFINITIONS

SECTION 1 - RATES AND RULES

(A)

The rates herein are the rates for ordinary residential and commercial transactions for title insurance coverage provided by the standard forms of policies set forth in this manual. Unless specifically stated otherwise in this manual, or in a policy, endorsement or other form, residential real property means: (i) A one to four family dwelling; (ii) An individual condominium used as a dwelling; or (iii) An individual cooperative apartment/unit used as a dwelling.

(B)

With the exception of simultaneously issued policies wherever set forth in this manual, the premium charged may not be less than the minimum charge shown in Part II of this manual.

(C)

Premiums for policies shall be rounded to the nearest dollar. Forty-nine cents or less shall be rounded down and fifty cents and above shall be rounded up.

(D)

"Company" as used herein means each Title Insurance Company to which this manual applies and any Title Insurance Agent acting on behalf of such Title Insurance Company in the transactions described herein.

(E)

The Company, upon notification to its applicant, may decline to search, examine or insure any title, or to issue any endorsement to a policy. It may, at any time, in its sole discretion, refuse an application or cancel any unclosed application of the applicant, without liability on the part of the Company. Any such notification, refusal or cancellation shall be in writing.

(F)

The Company may impose additional work charges in especially difficult titles. Extra charges may be made at or after the receipt of the application for examination of title which may involve additional tax lots, multiple chains of title, land under water, land in bed of streets, rights-of-way, driveways, easements, strips and gores, foreclosures, proceedings under federal bankruptcy or state insolvency related statutes, or which involve other unusual difficulties, or for unusual expenditures for travel, or for recording instruments, telephone, telegraph or delivery charges. The Company may impose additional charges for closing attendance in excess of two hours and for any closings extending beyond normal business hours and where additional attendances are necessary or travel arrangements and distance warrant.

(G)

Nothing herein shall prohibit a Company from charging an additional special risk premium of up to 25% of the applicable premium for affirmative risk coverage(s) not contained in the endorsements contained in Part III, hereof provided, however, that such coverage is not inconsistent with Section 4, herein. A special risk premium in excess of 25% of the applicable premium must be approved in advance by the Superintendent of Insurance.

(H)

The Company shall withhold delivery of the policy and have no liability until all applicable charges and the premiums and fees set forth in this manual have been paid in full. A policy, form, endorsement, guarantee, certificate or other service authorized in this manual which is ordered directly by an agency of, and for the use of, the United States Government may be delivered prior to payment therefore. Payment for such policy or other service shall be made by said agency of the United States Government not more than 60 days after delivery.

(I)

All charges pursuant to this manual must be paid at the time of closing, unless otherwise set forth herein.

(J)

All charges, fees and premiums set forth in this manual, pursuant to Section 2314 of the Insurance Law, are mandatory upon each Company upon approval by the Superintendent of Insurance, and cannot be waived, reduced or increased, except as provided in Paragraph F, Section 1 hereof or as provided in Section 2339 of the Insurance Law.

(K)

A policy other than a mortgage policy, shall be issued only in the name of the present owner(s) of the insured estate. No additional party holding a separate estate or interest may be named as an insured "as its interest may appear".

(L)

(1) FOR ALL OWNER'S POLICES: In the absence of a survey acceptable to the Company the policy must contain the following language: "subject to any state of facts an accurate survey would show"

(2) FOR LOAN POLICIES: If the land is improved by other than a 1-4 family dwelling or is vacant land and in the absence of a survey acceptable to the Company, the policy must contain the following language" "subject to any state of facts an accurate survey would show".

(M)

Whenever the terms "mortgage" or "loan" appear in this manual it shall mean an instrument creating a security interest in real property.

(N)

(1) A "construction loan", when used in this Rate Manual, shall include a building loan, a project loan or any other loan which is advanced in stages and for which the policy is down dated when each advance of loan proceeds is made.

(2) Every loan policy insuring a construction loan shall contain the following language, or language of similar import:    Pending disbursement of the proceeds of the loan secured by the insured mortgage described herein, this Policy insures only to the extent of the amount actually disbursed plus interest accrued thereon but increases as disbursements are made in good faith and without knowledge of any defects in, or objections to, the title, up to the face amount of the policy. Title must be continued down to the date of each disbursement and the Company shall furnish to the mortgagee a continuation report, stating whether, since the date hereof or since the date of the last preceding continuation report, any liens or encumbrances have been recorded, whether any taxes, assessments or other charges of whatever nature which have become due and payable have been paid, and whether there are any additional title exceptions or objections, whether, if an updated survey is furnished, there are survey variations, encroachments or violations of set-back, and whether there are any additional title exceptions or objections.

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SECTION 2 - ZONES

(A)

For rate making purposes the State of New York is divided into two Zones as follows:

Zone 1 Counties:
Allegany, Broome, Cattaraugus, Cayuga, Chautauqua, Chemung, Chenango, Clinton, Cortland, Delaware, Erie, Essex, Franklin, Fulton, Genesee, Hamilton, Herkimer, Jefferson, Lewis, Livingston, Madison, Monroe, Montgomery, Niagara, Oneida, Onondaga, Ontario, Orleans, Oswego, Otsego, St. Lawrence, Saratoga, Schenectady, Schoharie, Schuyler, Seneca, Steuben, Tioga, Tompkins, Warren, Washington, Wayne, Wyoming, and Yates

Zone 2 Counties:
Albany, Bronx, Columbia, Dutchess, Greene, Kings, Nassau, New York, Orange, Putnam, Queens, Rensselaer, Richmond, Rockland, Suffolk, Sullivan, Ulster and Westchester

(B) The premium rates for Zone 1 do not include the cost of searching and a separate charge may be made for such search.

(C) The premium rates for Zone 2 include the cost of searching.

(D) The premium rates for both Zones do not include the cost for municipal department searches.

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SECTION 3 - COINSURANCE

(A)

Coinsurance is a transaction where each coinsurer assumes a designated portion of the liability of the total risk from the first dollar and is liable for only such portion of any loss. Each coinsurer shall then issue a policy in the amount of the liability it assumed.

(B)

Joint and Several Liability is coinsurance in which the liability for a designated amount of loss or damage from first dollar is assumed jointly and severally among the coinsurers.

Whenever joint and several liability is requested, the TIRSA Joint and Several Liability Endorsement will be issued and each coinsuring company shall charge an additional premium which shall be at the rate of $1 per $1000 of the total amount of insurance for which the joint and several liability shall apply.


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SECTION 4 - POLICY FORMS AND ENDORSEMENTS

(A)

No form of policy, endorsement, or other coverage may be issued which varies the terms, conditions, stipulations or exclusions of a policy unless first approved by the Superintendent of Insurance. Approved policies and endorsements are set forth in Part III hereto. No form of policy not approved by the Superintendent of Insurance may be issued or updated by endorsement or otherwise.


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SECTION 5 - MINIMUM INSURANCE: OWNER'S POLICY

(A)

An owner's policy shall not be issued for less than the greater of the contract price (including all unpaid liens thereon which the purchaser assumes or takes subject to) or the fair market value of the premises, except under the provisions of Section 3(A), Section 15, Section 29, or Section 30 of this manual.


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SECTION 6 - MINIMUM INSURANCE: LOAN POLICY

(A)

A loan policy shall not be issued for less than the full unpaid principal amount of the New York mortgage liability except under the provisions of Section 3(A) (Co-Insurance) or Section 36 (Reverse Mortgages).

(B)

A loan policy insuring Negative Amortization may not be issued in an amount less than the maximum principal amount (including interest which may be added to principal) which may be secured by such mortgage.


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SECTION 7 - MINIMUM INSURANCE: LEASEHOLD INSURANCE

(A)

The rate for Leasehold Insurance (or insurance for renewal of a lease) shall be the owner's rate and shall be based upon the amount of insurance selected by the insured according to one of the following methods:

   (1) For leases having a term of six (6) years or less, an amount equal to the aggregate of the total rents
        payable under the lease; or

   (2) For leases having a term of more than six (6) years, an amount not less than the aggregate of the total
        rentals for the six (6) years immediately following the closing of the lease transaction (on percentage
        leases, a statement of estimated rent may be used); or

   (3) Not less than the fair market value of the land and improvements at the time of closing of the leasehold
        transaction; or

   (4) Not less than the appraised value of the land and improvements at the time of the closing of the
        leasehold transaction

(B)

In the case of proposed construction, the projected cost of improvements may, at the option of the insured, be added to the amount specified in (A)(1) through (4) above.

(C)

When insuring an assignment of a leasehold estate, the minimum amount of insurance is calculated by the greater of the following:

   (1) the full consideration for the leasehold estate, including all mortgages assumed or taken subject to; or

   (2) the value of the leasehold estate calculated by the method outlined in Section 7(A)(1) or Section 7(A)(2)
        above.
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SECTION 8 - REPEALED


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SECTION 9 - REPEALED


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SECTION 10 - MINIMUM INSURANCE - COOPERATIVE LEASEHOLD INSURANCE

(A)

A policy insuring the interest of a Cooperative Leasehold Owner relating to an apartment/unit in a building owned by a Cooperative Corporation/Partnership shall not be issued for less than the amount paid for the purchase of the proprietary lease and the accompanying stock.

(B)

A policy insuring the security interest of a lender in the proprietary lease and the accompanying stock relating to an apartment/unit in a building owned by a Cooperative Corporation/Partnership, shall not be issued for less than the full unpaid principal amount of the loan.


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SECTION 11 - COOPERATIVE LEASEHOLD INSURANCE

(A)

The only policy forms to be used in connection with cooperative leasehold insurance as set forth in Section 10 are the approved ALTA Owner's Policy with the TIRSA Cooperative Endorsement (Owner's) and the approved ALTA Loan Policy with the TIRSA Cooperative Endorsement (Loan).

(B)

The charge for the aforesaid policies shall be seventy percent (70%) of the owner's or loan rate.

(C)

When a cooperative leasehold owner's policy and a cooperative leasehold loan policy are issued simultaneously covering identical property, the rate applicable to the cooperative leasehold owner's policy shall be seventy percent (70%) of the owner's policy rate. The rate on the amount of the cooperative leasehold loan policy that does not exceed the cooperative leasehold owner's policy shall be calculated at thirty percent (30%) of the loan rate. The rate on the amount of the cooperative leasehold loan policy in excess of the cooperative leasehold owner's policy shall be calculated at the loan rate set forth in (B) above.
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SECTION 12 - CONSTRUCTION LOAN INSURANCE

(A)

The construction mortgage rate is the owner's rate. A policy insuring a construction mortgage shall not be issued for less than the face amount of the construction mortgage and the rate, based on the full amount of the construction mortgage, must be paid at the time of the first advance. The rate shall include the cost of the first five continuations during the life of the construction mortgage. An additional charge of $200 for each subsequent title continuation search beyond the fifth shall be made and collected at the time of each such continuation.

(B)

Where there is no change in the ownership of the fee estate or leasehold estate and no change in the ownership of the mortgage, the premium for a policy or endorsement insuring the conversion of an existing construction mortgage to a permanent mortgage shall be thirty percent (30%) of the loan rate. Additional insurance in excess of the amount of the construction loan shall be calculated at the full loan rate.

(C)

Where there is no change in the ownership of the fee estate or leasehold estate and there is a change of ownership of the mortgage, the premium for a policy or endorsement insuring the conversion of an existing construction loan mortgage to a permanent mortgage shall be seventy percent (70%) of the loan rate. Additional insurance in excess of the amount of the construction mortgage shall be calculated at the full loan rate.

(D)

Where there is a change of ownership of the fee estate or leasehold estate, the premium for a policy or endorsement insuring the conversion of an existing construction loan mortgage to a permanent mortgage shall be calculated at the full loan rate.
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SECTION 13 - SIMULTANEOUS ISSUE OF OWNER'S AND LOAN OR CONSTRUCTION LOAN POLICIES

(A)

(A) When an owner's policy and a loan policy are issued simultaneously covering identical property, the rate for the owner's policy shall be the applicable owner's rate. The rate on the amount of the loan policy that does not exceed the amount of the owner's policy shall be calculated at thirty percent (30%) of the loan rate. The rate on the amount of the loan policy in excess of the amount of the owner's policy shall be calculated at the full loan rate.

(B)

When an owner's policy and a policy insuring a construction loan are issued simultaneously covering identical property, the rate for the owner's policy shall be the applicable owner's policy rate. The rate on the amount of the construction loan policy that does not exceed the amount of the owner's policy shall be calculated at thirty percent (30%) of the owner's rate. The rate on the amount of the construction loan policy in excess of the amount of the owner's policy shall be calculated at the full owner's rate.
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SECTION 14: REFINANCE AND SUBORDINATE MORTGAGE

(A)

   (1) Whenever a new loan policy (a "New Loan Policy") is issued in the amount of    $475,000 or less, the
        charge for the New Loan Policy shall be 50% of the applicable full loan rate up to the greater of:

      (a) the full consideration paid for the deed, lease or assignment of lease vesting title in the mortgagor
           (the "Vesting Instrument");

         (i) computed from the amount of New York State Real Estate Transfer Tax stated on the Vesting
             Instrument, or

         (ii) otherwise shown on the Vesting Instrument, or

         (iii) shown in the public records, or

      (b) the face amounts of all existing mortgages (including the consolidated amount of consolidated or
           modified mortgages) made by the owner of the fee or leasehold estate created by the Vesting
           Instrument (the "Existing Mortgage(s)");

   (2) provided that:

         (a) the Vesting Instrument or the Existing Mortgage(s) on which the reduced rate is based was created
              within ten years before the date the order for the New Loan Policy was placed; and

         (b) there has been no change in the ownership of the fee or leasehold estate since the Vesting
              Instrument or the Existing Mortgage(s) was created, and
         (c) the New Mortgage describes the same property as is set forth in the Vesting Instrument or the
              Existing Mortgage(s).

For any insurance that exceeds the greater of the amounts set forth in (1) or (2) above, the charge for such insurance shall be the full applicable loan rate.

(B)

   (1) Whenever a new loan policy (a "New Loan Policy") is issued in the amount of more than    $475,000, the
        charge for the New Loan Policy shall be 70% of the applicable full loan rate up to the greater of:

      (a) the full consideration paid for the deed, lease or assignment of lease vesting title in the mortgagor
           (the "Vesting Instrument");

         (i) computed from the amount of New York State Real Estate Transfer Tax stated on the Vesting
             Instrument, or

         (ii) otherwise shown on the Vesting Instrument, or

         (iii) shown in the public records, or

      (b) the face amounts of all existing mortgages (including the consolidated amount of consolidated or
           modified mortgages) made by the owner of the fee or leasehold estate created by the Vesting
           Instrument (the "Existing Mortgage(s)");

   (2) provided that:

         (a) the Vesting Instrument or the Existing Mortgage(s) on which the reduced rate is based was created
              within ten years before the date the order for the New Loan Policy was placed; and

         (b) there has been no change in the ownership of the fee or leasehold estate since the Vesting
              Instrument or the Existing Mortgage(s) was created, and

         (c) the New Mortgage describes the same property as is set forth in the Vesting Instrument or the
              Existing Mortgage(s).

For any insurance that exceeds the greater of the amounts set forth in (1) or (2) above, the charge for such insurance shall be the full applicable loan rate.

"Existing mortgage" includes only mortgages that are open of record and have not been paid off prior to the transaction being insured.


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SECTION 15 - OWNER'S POLICY TO FORECLOSING LENDER

(A)

Whenever an application for an owner's policy is made within 5 years of the date of a loan policy insuring a mortgage by the existing insured lender and the lender (or its assignee or subsidiary) has acquired title by a Referee's deed in foreclosure or conveyance in lieu of foreclosure of the insured mortgage, the charge for such insurance shall be seventy percent (70%) of the owner's rate as applied to the unpaid principal balance due on the previously insured mortgage, plus the full owner's rate on any excess.

 

The provisions of this section do not apply to the issuance of a TIRSA Owner's Extended Protection Policy.


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SECTION 16 - MODIFICATION OF AN INSURED LOAN (including Construction Loan Insurance)

(A)

For endorsements to existing loan policies, or new policies insuring previously insured mortgages modified or assigned within ten years from the date of closing, where there has been no change of ownership of the mortgaged interest and the property is identical and no increase in the outstanding principal balance, the charge shall be fifty percent (50%) of the applicable loan rate based on the outstanding principal balance of the mortgage.

The provisions of this sub-section DO NOT apply to the final conversion of a Construction Loan Mortgage as outlined in Sections 12 (B), (C) or (D).

(B)

A 30% of the applicable loan policy rate (or 70% discount) and a ten year period shall apply to a mortgage modification transaction, where ALL of the following conditions are met:

   (1) The Borrower is a Public Benefit Corporation or a Not-For-Profit IRC Section 501(c)(3) Organization;

   (2) The Lender does not change, is a Public Benefit Corporation, and requires only assurance that its
        mortgage priority, validity and enforceability have not changed because of the modification;

   (3) The mortgage is neither sold nor packaged but, throughout the life of the loan, remains in the Lender's
        portfolio;

   (4) The amount of the mortgage loan modified exceeds $1 million, measured by its outstanding principal
        balance; and

   (5) The only modification is a change in the mortgage loan interest rate, and any accompanying changes
        necessary to reflect that change in interest rate.

(C)

An existing loan policy may be endorsed by issuance of the TIRSA Successor in Ownership of Indebtedness Endorsement (Loan Policy) (8/15/94) at a charge of $25, upon application of a party representing that it has succeeded to the ownership of the indebtedness secured by the insured mortgage. Such endorsement, however, shall not extend the effective date of the policy nor insure the validity, form, or sufficiency of the assignment.


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SECTION 17 - MORTGAGE ASSUMPTION

(A)

When a previously insured mortgage is assumed by a successor in title to the owner of the fee or leasehold estate named in the original policy, and none of the terms of the mortgage are being modified except the assumption of the mortgage by the new owner, the charge for an endorsement or policy reflecting the assumption shall be thirty percent (30%) of the loan rate based on the outstanding principal balance of the loan.


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SECTION 18 - SIMULTANEOUS ISSUE OF OWNER'S AND LEASEHOLD OWNER'S POLICIES

(A)

When owners' and leasehold owners' policies covering identical property are issued simultaneously, the rate for the owner's policy shall be at the applicable owner's rate. The rate for the leasehold owner's policy shall be thirty percent (30%) of the owner's rate up to the amount of the owner's policy. The rate on the amount of the leasehold owner's policy exceeding the amount of the owner's policy shall be calculated at the full owner's rate.


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SECTION 19 - SIMULTANEOUS ISSUE OF TWO OR MORE LOAN POLICIES

(A)

When two or more loan policies covering identical property are issued simultaneously, the charge shall be based on the aggregate amount of the loan policies at the applicable loan policy rate.


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SECTION 20 - BULK FEE, LEASEHOLD, AND LOAN POLICIES ON CONDOMINIUM UNITS AND RESIDENTIAL SUBDIVISIONS

 

The rates set forth herein shall apply only to the initial sale, loan, or lease of any such condominium unit or subdivision lot following the creation of the condominium or residential subdivision.

(A)

Whenever application is made for an individual owner's, leasehold and/or loan policy on condominium units or residential subdivision lots, either of which is shown on a condominium plan or residential subdivision map of at least 10 units, the following rate may be applied if the base fee title or a blanket mortgage covering the condominium or residential subdivision was previously insured.

   (1) Owner's or leasehold owner insurance: Charge seventy percent (70%) of the applicable owner's rate.

   (2) Loan insurance: Charge seventy percent (70%) of the applicable loan rate.

   (3) Simultaneous issue of fee owner's (or leasehold owner's) and loan policies (Covering Identical
        Premises): Charge the rate set forth in paragraph (1) above for the owner's (or leasehold owner's)
        policy. For the amount of the loan policy up to the amount of the owner's policy, charge thirty percent
        (30%) of the rate set forth in (2) above. For the amount of the loan policy in excess of the amount of
        the owner's policy, charge the rate set forth in (2) above.

   (4) Simultaneous issue of owner's and leasehold owner's policies (Covering Identical Premises): Charge the
        rate set forth in paragraph (1) above for the owner's or leasehold owner's policy. For the amount of the
        leasehold owner's policy up to the amount of the owner's policy, charge twenty-one percent (21%)
        of the owner's rate. For the amount of the leasehold policy in excess of the amount of the owner's
        policy, charge seventy percent (70%) of the owner's rate.

   (5) Simultaneous issue of two or more loan policies (Covering Identical Premises): Charge the loan rate set
        forth in paragraph (2) above based on the aggregate amount of the mortgages to be insured.
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SECTION 21 - "LIMITED LIABILITY" MORTGAGE COVERAGE

(A)

Where the applicant agrees to accept a loan policy other than with respect to a first mortgage from the Company in which the liability of the Company is limited by the language immediately set forth hereafter or by the language of similar import which is set forth as an exception in Schedule B of the policy, the premium for such policy shall be seventy percent (70%) of the loan rate:

 

"Defects, liens, encumbrances, interests, adverse claims or other matters affecting the land created, existing or arising prior to (Date of Deed to Owner At Time of First Mortgage).


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SECTION 22 - AFFIRMATIVE COVENANT INSURANCE (new construction or alteration)

(A)

A Company may affirmatively insure against the successful outcome of an action to enjoin new construction or the alteration of an existing structure or structures, where the cause of action is based upon a violation of a restrictive covenant or an encroachment upon an easement of light, air or right of way. The charge for such affirmative insurance shall be thirty five percent (35%) of the applicable rate for each policy issued with such affirmative insurance. The affirmative insurance as set forth in this sub-section shall not include coverage for the defense of such an action; although the Company may reserve the right to approve the Insured's selection of counsel.


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SECTION 23 - MORTGAGE FORECLOSURE GUARANTEE

(A)

The charge for a Mortgage Foreclosure Guarantee shall be $500. This charge does not include charges for filing or recording documents.

(B)

Liability under a Mortgage Foreclosure Guarantee shall be limited to $10,000.

(C)

No Mortgage Foreclosure Guarantee may be issued until all charges hereunder have been paid in full.


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SECTION 24 - RECORDED DOCUMENT CERTIFICATE AND APPLICATION

(A)

If a Recorded Document Certificate is issued in conjunction with an open order for owner's, leasehold owner's or loan insurance, the charge shall be $500 plus $10 per instrument reported.

(B)

If a Recorded Document Certificate is issued other than in conjunction with an open order for owner's, leasehold owner's or loan insurance, the charge shall be $1,000 plus $10 per instrument reported.

(C)

Liability under a Recorded Document Certificate shall be limited to $25,000.


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SECTION 25 - ENDORSEMENTS

(A)

There shall be no charge for the following endorsements: Standard New York Endorsement (Loan Policy), Standard New York Endorsement (Owner's Policy), TIRSA Leasehold Endorsement (Loan Policy), TIRSA Leasehold Endorsement (Owner's Policy), TIRSA Cooperative Endorsement (Loan Policy), and TIRSA Cooperative Endorsement (Owner's Policy), TIRSA Junior Loan Policy Endorsement 2.

(B)

A Company may issue a TIRSA General Endorsement (9/1/93) for the purpose of amending or correcting a previously issued policy or to implement the coverages set forth in this manual.

(C)

The following are Special Risk Endorsements and require a Special Risk Premium as set forth:

   (1) ADDITIONAL INTEREST ENDORSEMENT - Loan rate per thousand for the amount of insurance above the
           face amount of the policy.
           NYSID REQUIRES TITLE INSURER APPROVAL PRIOR TO ISSUANCE.

   (2) CONTRACT VENDEE ENDORSEMENT (COMMERCIAL) - Refer to SECTION 29 - CONTRACT VENDEE
           INSURANCE for rate.
           NYSID REQUIRES TITLE INSURER APPROVAL PRIOR TO ISSUANCE.

   (3) CONTRACT VENDEE ENDORSEMENT (RESIDENTIAL) - Refer to SECTION 29 - CONTRACT VENDEE
           INSURANCE for rate.
           NYSID REQUIRES TITLE INSURER APPROVAL PRIOR TO ISSUANCE.

   (4) FAIRWAY ENDORSEMENT - twenty percent (20%) of the full owner's rate.

   (5) FIRST LOSS ENDORSEMENT - ten percent (10%) of the full loan rate.
           NYSID REQUIRES TITLE INSURER APPROVAL PRIOR TO ISSUANCE.

   (6) JOINT & SEVERAL LIABILITY ENDORSEMENT - Refer to SECTION 3 - COINSURANCE for rate.

   (7) MARKET VALUE POLICY RIDER - ten percent (10%) of the full owner's rate.

           MARKET VALUE POLICY RIDER (TOEPP) - Five percent (5%) of the owner's rate.

   (8) MEZZANINE FINANCING ENDORSEMENT - Refer to SECTION 35 - MEZZANINE FINANCING INSURANCE
           for rate.
           NYSID REQUIRES TITLE INSURER APPROVAL PRIOR TO ISSUANCE

   (9) NON-IMPUTATION ENDORSEMENT - twenty percent (20%) of the full owner's rate. See Section 30.

   (10) OPTION ENDORSEMENT - Refer to SECTION 33 - OPTION INSURANCE for rate.
           NYSID REQUIRES TITLE INSURER APPROVAL PRIOR TO ISSUANCE.

   (11) PARTIAL RELEASE OF MORTGAGED PREMISES ENDORSEMENT - Charge of $150.00.

   (12) REVOLVING CREDIT MORTGAGE ENDORSEMENT (RCE-1,RCE-2,RCE-4) - ten percent (10%) of the full
           loan rate.
           REVOLVING CREDIT MORTGAGE ENDORSEMENT (RCE-3) - twenty percent (20%) of the full loan rate.
           NYSID REQUIRES TITLE INSURER APPROVAL PRIOR TO ISSUANCE.

   (13) SWAP ENDORSEMENT - Loan rate per thousand for the amount of insurance above the face amount of
           the policy.
           NYSID REQUIRES TITLE INSURER APPROVAL PRIOR TO ISSUANCE.

   (14) TIRSA 9 ENDORSEMENT - (Restrictions, Encroachment, Minerals) - ten percent (10%) of the full loan rate.


(D) There shall be a charge of $25 for the issuance of any other endorsement not listed in
           Section 25 (A), (B) or (C) above.

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SECTION 26 - NOTICE OF AVAILABILITY

(A)

When a Company issues a loan policy on a mortgage made simultaneously with the purchase of all or part of the residential (one to four family) property securing the mortgage, where no owner's policy has been ordered, the Company shall inform the borrower in writing that the mortgagee's policy does not protect the borrower, and that the borrower may obtain an owner's title insurance policy for his/her protection. This notice must be provided before disbursement of the loan proceeds and before issuance of the mortgagee's policy. The notice must be on a form approved by the Superintendent of Insurance.

(B)

If the borrower elects not to purchase an owner's title insurance policy, the Company shall obtain from the borrower a statement in writing that the notice has been received and that the borrower waives the right to purchase an owner's title insurance policy. If the buyer refuses to provide the statement and waiver, the Company shall so note in the file. The statement and waiver must be on a form approved by the Superintendent of Insurance and must be retained by the Company for at least five years after receipt.


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SECTION 27 - SURVEY INSPECTION COVERAGE

(A)

The Company may make an additional charge to eliminate, by Company inspection, any exception for the changes or state of facts subsequent to the date of the existing survey.

(B)

Survey Inspection Coverage is limited to 1-4 family residential property only.


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SECTION 28 - UNCLOSED APPLICATION

(A)

Any rate, premium, fee or other charge set forth in this rate manual shall apply to any transactions closed on or after the effective date of any change in such rate, premium, fee or other charge even though application may have been made prior to the effective date of this manual.


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SECTION 29 - CONTRACT VENDEE INSURANCE

(A)

An owner's policy with a TIRSA Residential Contract Vendee Endorsement (hereafter Residential Contract Vendee Insurance) insuring a 1-4 family residence or individual residential condominium or individual residential cooperative unit may not be issued in an amount less than the down payment specified in the contract and may be issued in any additional amount, not to exceed the full amount of the contract plus the cost of contemplated improvements and other development and construction costs, as desired by the purchaser of such insurance. The charge for the Residential Contract Vendee Insurance shall be the applicable owner's rate. The amount paid the insuring company or companies for Residential Contract Vendee Insurance shall become a credit toward the premium for the subsequent purchase by the insured, or one who succeeds to the interest of the insured pursuant to Section 32 of this Manual, of an owner's policy from the same company or companies.

(B)

An owner's policy with a TIRSA Commercial Contract Vendee Endorsement (hereafter Commercial Contract Vendee Insurance) insuring other than a 1-4 family residence or individual residential condominium or individual residential cooperative unit may not be issued in an amount less than the down payment specified in the contract and may be issued in any additional amount, not to exceed the full amount of the purchase price payable under the contract plus the cost of contemplated improvements and related costs as provided for in the TIRSA Commercial Contract Vendee Endorsement, as desired by the purchaser of such insurance. The charge for the Commercial Contract Vendee Insurance shall be one hundred twenty percent (120%) of the owner's rate for the amount of such insurance purchased. The amount paid the insuring company or companies equal to the owner's rate (but not including the additional twenty percent (20%) charge) for the Commercial Contract Vendee Insurance shall become a credit toward the premium for the subsequent purchase by the insured, or one who succeeds to the interest of the insured pursuant to Section 32 of this Manual, of fee insurance from the same company or companies. The charge shall include the cost of the first five continuations during the life of the Commercial Contract Vendee Insurance. An additional fee of $200 for each subsequent title continuation search beyond the fifth shall be made and collected at the time of each such continuation.

(C)

In the event that Residential Contract Vendee Insurance or Commercial Contract Vendee Insurance is issued simultaneously with an owner's policy with a TIRSA Leasehold Endorsement (hereafter Leasehold Insurance) or TIRSA Cooperative Endorsement (hereafter Cooperative Insurance), the charge for the amount of the Residential Contract Vendee Insurance or Commercial Contract Vendee Insurance that does not exceed the amount of the Leasehold Insurance or Cooperative Insurance shall be calculated at thirty percent (30%) of the applicable vendee rate. The rate for Residential Contract Vendee Insurance or Commercial Contract Vendee Insurance in excess of the amount of the Leasehold Insurance or Cooperative Insurance shall be calculated at the applicable vendee rate as set forth in paragraphs (A) and (B) above.


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SECTION 30 - MINIMUM INSURANCE: ENTITY PURCHASE (with Non-Imputation Endorsement)

(A)

An owner's policy insuring the interest of a person or entity purchasing an interest in a corporation, partnership or other entity which owns real property shall not be issued in an amount less than the value of the real property equivalent to the purchaser's percentage of interest in the entity owning the real property.

 

A TIRSA Non-Imputation Endorsement must be issued together with such policy. See Section 25(c)(4).


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SECTION 31 - TIRSA JUNIOR LOAN POLICY

(A)

A TIRSA Junior Loan Policy or a TIRSA Short Form Junior Loan Policy may be issued in connection with a mortgage secured by residential real property in an amount not to exceed $150,000.00.

   (1) The premium to be collected for a TIRSA Junior Loan Policy or a TIRSA Short Form Junior Loan Policy with
           a face amount of insurance of $100,000.00 or less shall be $200.00.

   (2) The premium to be collected for a TIRSA Junior Loan Policy or a TIRSA Short Form Junior Loan Policy with
           a face amount of insurance of over $100,000.00 shall be $225.00.

   (3) The premiums specified in (A)(1) and (2) above do NOT include atten-dance at closing, recording of
           documents and/or other administrative services.

(B)

The TIRSA Junior Loan Policy Endorsement 1 may be issued only with the TIRSA Junior Loan Policy or the TIRSA Short Form Junior Loan Policy. The premium shall be as set forth in Section 25(D).

(C)

The TIRSA Junior Loan Policy Endorsement 2 shall be issued with each TIRSA Junior Loan Policy or TIRSA Short Form Junior Loan Policy. There shall be no charge for this endorsement See Section 25(A).


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SECTION 32 - CONTINUATION OF INSURANCE

(A)

In addition to the provisions providing for:

     (i) Continuation of Insurance After Conveyance of Title contained in the ALTA Owner's policy (10/17/92), or

     (ii) Continuation of Coverage contained in the ALTA Owner's policy (6/17/06) to the extent that the below
           listed transferees described in subparagraphs a,b, and c of paragraph 1 of this subsection (A) are not
           otherwise included within the definition of an Insured in the Alta Owner's policy (6/17/06), or

     (iii) Continuation of Coverage in the TIRSA Owner's Extended Protection Policy (TOEPP),

     and subject to any rights or defenses which an insurer would have had against the named insured, an
     insurer shall have continuing liability, under an owner's policy issued by said insurer, on or after
     January 28, 1999, to a grantee of an insured, without endorsement of the policy, but only as of its
     original date without liability as to the validity, form and sufficiency of the instrument(s)
     effectuating the said transfer, and only under the following conditions, as applicable:

   (1) If an insured title is transferred:

     (a) from a parent company to a wholly-owned subsidiary company; from a wholly-owned subsidiary
           company to its parent company; from one company to another, each of which are wholly-owned
           subsidiaries within one corporate group, or each of which have identical stockholders, partners, or
           members in identical proportion; by a corporation to its stockholders pursuant to a plan of liquidation;
           by the named insured individual or individuals in exchange for all of the capital stock of a corporation;
           from a partnership to its partners upon the dissolution of the partnership; by the named insured
           individual or individuals to a partnership as part of the named insured's capital contribution to the
           partnership; from a limited liability company to its members upon the dissolution of the limited liability
           company; or by the named insured individual or individuals to a limited liability company as part of the
           named insured's capital contribution to the limited liability company; provided that as a result of any
           transfer described above there is no change in the beneficial ownership as the result of such transfer
           of title, and further provided that any transfer described above is made for no consideration. Company
           as used in this paragraph is defined as a corporation, partnership, or limited liability company.

     (b) to a member of the named insured's immediate family as a gift, for no consideration. For the purpose of
           this section, immediate family is limited to the spouse, "issue" as that term is defined in the New York
           Estates, Powers and Trust Law, parents, brothers and sisters (but not the issue of brothers
           and sisters) of the named insured

     (c) for no consideration to a trust created by the named insured in which all of the beneficiaries, lifetime
           and remainder, are either the insured or members of the insured's immediate family as defined in
           subsection (b) above.

   (2) Consideration for purposes of subsections (a), (b) and (c) above shall exclude the value of any lien or
           encumbrance remaining on the land or interest thereon at the time of the transfer.


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SECTION 33 - OPTION INSURANCE

(A)

A TIRSA Option Endorsement may only be issued as an endorsement to an owner's policy, with or without a TIRSA Leasehold Endorsement or TIRSA Cooperative Endorsement. If the TIRSA Option Endorsement is issued together with a TIRSA Leasehold Endorsement or TIRSA Cooperative Endorsement, the amount of the insurance afforded by the TIRSA Option Endorsement shall be an amount separate and distinct from the amount set forth in the owner's policy for the TIRSA Leasehold Endorsement or TIRSA Cooperative Endorsement coverage. The TIRSA Option Endorsement may not be issued in an amount less than the consideration paid for the Option and may be issued in any additional amount, not to exceed the full amount of the purchase price for the Land set forth in the Option Agreement plus the cost of contemplated improvements and related costs as provided for in the TIRSA Option Endorsement, as desired by the purchaser of such insurance.

(B)

The charge for the TIRSA Option Endorsement to an owner's policy, when issued without a TIRSA Leasehold Endorsement or TIRSA Cooperative Endorsement, shall be the applicable owner's rate for the amount of such insurance purchased. A fee of $200 for each title continuation search shall be made and collected at the time of each such continuation.

(C)

       (1) Upon the simultaneous issuance of an owner's policy (together with either the
           TIRSA Leasehold or TIRSA Cooperative Endorsement attached) with a TIRSA Option Endorsement, the
           charge for coverage under such Endorsement that does not exceed the amount of the owner's policy
           shall be calculated at thirty percent (30%) of owner's rate. The charge for coverage under such
           Endorsement in excess of the amount of the owner's policy shall be calculated at the applicable full
           owner's rate.

       (2) Upon the simultaneous but separate issuance of an owner's policy together with a TIRSA Option
           Endorsement and an owner's policy (together with either the TIRSA Leasehold Endorsement or a TIRSA
           Cooperative Endorsement attached) insuring the identical property or a part thereof, the charge for
           the owner's policy shall be at the owner's rate, and the charge for the owner's policy with the
           TIRSA Option Endorsement that does not exceed the amount of the owner's leasehold or
           cooperative leasehold policy shall be calculated at thirty percent (30%) of the owner's rate. The rate
           for the amount of the owner's policy with the TIRSA Option Endorsement in
           excess of the amount of the owner's leasehold or cooperative policy shall be calculated at
           the full owner's rate.

       (3) A fee of $200 for each title continuation search shall be made and collected at the time of each
           continuation.

(D) The amount paid for the TIRSA Option Endorsement shall not become a credit toward the premium for the
    subsequent purchase of fee or leasehold insurance.

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SECTION 34 - TIRSA OWNER'S EXTENDED PROTECTION POLICY FOR A ONE TO FOUR FAMILY RESIDENCE

(A)

A TIRSA Owner's Extended Protection Policy may only be issued if the property is improved by 1-4 family residence; and if the insured is a natural person, or a living trust established by a natural person for estate purposes, even if the trustee is not a human being.

(B)

The premium for a TIRSA Owner's Extended Protection Policy shall be one hundred twenty percent (120%) of the owner's rate.


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SECTION 35 - MEZZANINE FINANCING INSURANCE

(A)

When a TIRSA Mezzanine Financing Endorsement is sought in connection with the issuance of an owner's or leasehold owner's policy, the premium for the Mezzanine Financing Endorsement is thirty percent (30%) of the owner's rate based on the amount of that Policy. Title Insurer approval is required prior to issuance of a TIRSA Mezzanine Financing Endorsement.


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SECTION 36 - LOAN POLICY - REVERSE MORTGAGES

(A)

A loan policy insuring a Reverse Mortgage (as identified in Section 280 and 280-a of the Real Property Law) may not be issued in an amount less than the "Loan Amount" as shown on the HUD/VA Addendum to Uniform Residential Loan Application or the Direct Endorsement Approval for a HUD/VA- Insured Mortgage. In the event that neither the HUD/VA Addendum to Uniform Residential Loan Application or the Direct Endorsement Approval for a HUD/VA-Insured Mortgage are available, an amount equal to the "Loan Amount" as shown on the final loan application shall be used.

(B)

Upon the request of the insured, the policy may be issued in an amount greater than the minimum amount of insurance set forth in (A) above, but: (i) no greater than the Maximum Claim Amount on Home Equity Conversion Mortgages (HECM) insured by HUD, or (ii) in all other types on Reverse Mortgages loans, no greater than the property's appraised value as used by the lender in connection with the making of the loan.


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TITLE INSURANCE RATE
SERVICE ASSOCIATION
RATE MANUAL

PART II - RATES


SECTION 1 - OWNER'S AND MORTGAGE POLICY RATES

ZONE 1


Amount of Insurance

Owner's Policy Loan Policy

First $35,000 or less
MINIMUM PREMIUM (EXCEPT
SIMULTANEOUSLY ISSUED POLICIES)

$356

$299 Each additional $1,000
(or fraction thereof)

 

 
From

To

35,001

50,000

7.92

6.61 50,001 100,000

4.94

4.10 100,001 500.000 3.98 3.31 500,001 1,000,000 3.56 2.96 1,000,001 5,000,000 3.25 2.71 5,000,001 10,000,000 2.96 2.47 10,000,001 15,000,000 2.76 2.31 15,000,001 and up 2.48 2.07

ZONE 2


Amount of Insurance

Owner's Policy Loan Policy

First $35,000 or less
MINIMUM PREMIUM (EXCEPT
SIMULTANEOUSLY ISSUED POLICIES)

$402

$344 Each additional $1,000
(or fraction thereof)

 

 
From

To

35,001

50,000

6.67

5.55 50,001 100,000

5.43

4.54 100,001 500.000 4.36 3.64 500,001 1,000,000 3.98 3.31 1,000,001 5,000,000 3.66 3.05 5,000,001 10,000,000 3.25 2.71 10,000,001 15,000,000 3.07 2.55 15,000,001 and up 2.76 2.31
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TITLE INSURANCE RATE
SERVICE ASSOCIATION
RATE MANUAL

PART III - APPROVED FORMS


SECTION 1 - TITLE INSURANCE POLICY FORMS
 

DATE OF FILING
BY NYSID

PAGE
NUMBER ALTA Owner's Policy (10/17/92) with Standard New York Endorsement

Feb. 23, 1993

IV - 1

ALTA Loan Policy (10/17/92) with Standard New York Endorsement

Feb. 23, 1993

IV - 7

TIRSA Owner's Extended Protection Policy (1/11/01)

Jan, 11, 2001

IV - 15

ALTA Short Form Residential Loan Policy (10/17/92) with TIRSA Amendments

Sept. 1, 1993

IV - 25

TIRSA Junior Loan Policy (10/21/97)

Oct. 21, 1997

IV - 29

TIRSA Short Form Junior Loan Policy (10/21/97)

Oct. 21, 1997

IV - 37

ALTA U. S. Policy (1991)

Sept. 1, 1993

IV - 39

ALTA Owner's Policy (4/6/90) with Standard New York Endorsement *

Nov. 19, 1991

IV - 43

ALTA Loan Policy (4/6/90) with Standard New York Endorsement *

Nov. 19, 1991

IV - 47


SECTION 2 - ENDORSEMENTS
 

DATE OF FILING
BY NYSID

PAGE
NUMBER ALTA Endorsement 6 (Variable Rate Mortgage) (6/1/87) NY (9/1/93)

Sept. 1, 1993

 

ALTA Endorsement 7 (Manufactured Housing Unit) (6/1/87) NY (9/1/93)

Sept. 1, 1993

 

ALTA Endorsement 9 (Restrictions, Encroachments, Minerals) (10/17/98)
NY (Loan Policy) (10/22/99)

Oct. 22, 1999

 

Standard New York Endorsement (Loan Policy) (For ALTA 4/6/90) *

Nov. 19, 1991

 

Standard New York Endorsement (Loan Policy) (For ALTA 10/17/92)

Sept. 1, 1993

 

Standard New York Endorsement (Owner's Policy) (For ALTA 4/6/90) *

Sept. 1, 1993

 

Standard New York Endorsement (Owner's Policy) (For ALTA 10/17/92)

Sept. 1, 1993

 

TIRSA Access Endorsement (Loan Policy Only) (10/22/99)

Oct. 22, 1999

 

TIRSA Additional Interest Endorsement (1/31/95)
NYSID REQUIRES TITLE INSURER APPROVAL PRIOR TO ISSUANCE

Jan. 31, 1995

 

TIRSA Cluster Endorsement (1/27/97)
NYSID REQUIRES TITLE INSURER APPROVAL PRIOR TO ISSUANCE.

Jan. 27, 1997

 

TIRSA Condominium (Endorsement 4) (9/1/93)

Sept. 1, 1993

 

TIRSA Contiguity Endorsement (12/27/00)

Dec. 27, 2000

 

TIRSA Contract Vendee Endorsement (Commercial) (10/22/99)
NYSID REQUIRES TITLE INSURER APPROVAL PRIOR TO ISSUANCE

Oct. 22, 1999

 

TIRSA Contract Vendee Endorsement (Residential) (10/22/99)

Oct. 22, 1999

 

TIRSA Cooperative Endorsement (Loan Policy) (8/17/95)

Aug. 17, 1995

 

TIRSA Cooperative Endorsement (Owner's Policy) (8/17/95)

Aug. 17, 1995

 

TIRSA EPL (8.1) (4/24/01)

Aug. 17, 1995

 

TIRSA EPL (8.1) (Governmental Agencies) (2/11/02)

Apr. 24, 2001

 

TIRSA EPL (8.1) (New York City Only) (2/11/02)

Feb. 11, 2002

 

TIRSA Fairway Endorsement (New York) (9/1/93)

Feb. 11, 2002

 

TIRSA Fannie Mae Balloon Mortgage Endorsement (9/1/93)

Sept. 1, 1993

 

TIRSA First Loss Endorsement (5/1/96)
NYSID REQUIRES TITLE INSURER APPROVAL PRIOR TO ISSUANCE

May 1, 1996

 

TIRSA IDA Endorsement (12/27/00)

Dec. 27, 2000

 

TIRSA Joint & Several Liability Endorsement (9/1/93)

Sept. 1, 1993

 

TIRSA Junior Loan Policy Endorsement 1 (4/24/01)

Apr. 24, 2001

 

TIRSA Junior Loan Policy Endorsement 2 (Revolving Credit/Variable Rate) (4/24/01)

Apr. 24, 2001

 

TIRSA Land Same As Survey Endorsement (9/1/93)

Sept. 1, 1993

 

TIRSA Last Dollar Endorsement (5/1/96) NYSID REQUIRES TITLE INSURER APPROVAL PRIOR TO ISSUANCE

May 1, 1996

 

TIRSA Leasehold Endorsement (Loan Policy) (For ALTA 10/17/92)

Feb. 11, 2002

 

TIRSA Leasehold Endorsement (Owner's Policy) (For ALTA 10/17/92)

Feb. 11, 2002

 

TIRSA Limited Liability Company and Limited Liability Partnership Endorsement (1/31/95)

Jan. 31, 1995

 

TIRSA Market Value Policy Rider (9/1/93)

Sept. 1, 1993

 

TIRSA Market Value Policy Rider (Owner's Extended Protection Policy) (4/24/01)

Apr. 24, 2001

 

TIRSA Mezzanine Financing Endorsement (4/24/01) NYSID REQUIRES TITLE INSURER APPROVAL PRIOR TO ISSUANCE

Apr. 24, 2001

 

TIRSA Mortgage Tax Endorsement (12/27/00)

Dec. 27, 2000

 

TIRSA New York City "Development Rights" Endorsement (4/24/01)

Apr. 24, 2001

 

TIRSA Non-Imputation Endorsement (10/21/97)

Oct. 21, 1997

 

TIRSA Option Endorsement (10/22/99) NYSID REQUIRES TITLE INSURER APPROVAL PRIOR TO ISSUANCE

Oct. 22, 1999

 

TIRSA Partial Release of Mortgaged Premises Endorsement (12/27/00)

Dec. 27, 2000

 

TIRSA Planned Unit Development Endorsement (5.1) (9/1/93)

Sept. 1, 1993

 

TIRSA RCE-1 (2/11/02)

Feb. 11, 2002

 

TIRSA RCE-2 (10/21/97)

Oct. 21, 1997

 

TIRSA RCE 3 (10/21/97) NYSID REQUIRES TITLE INSURER APPROVAL PRIOR TO ISSUANCE

Oct. 21, 1997

 

TIRSA RCE 4 (10/21/97)

Oct. 21, 1997

 

TIRSA Residential Mortgage Endorsement (8/15/94)

Aug. 15, 1994

 

TIRSA Reverse Mortgage Endorsement (1/31/95)

Jan. 31, 1995

 

TIRSA Successor in Ownership of Indebtedness Endorsement (8/15/94)

Aug. 15, 1994

 

TIRSA Survey Endorsement (Loan Policy) (9/1/93)

Sept. 1, 1993

 

TIRSA Swap Endorsement (1/31/95) NYSID REQUIRES TITLE INSURER APPROVAL PRIOR TO ISSUANCE

Jan. 31, 1995

 

TIRSA Tax Parcel Endorsement (single tax lot) (Loan Policy Only) (12/27/00)

Dec. 27, 2000

 

TIRSA Tax Parcel Endorsement (more than one tax lot) (Loan Policy Only) (12/27/00)

Dec. 27, 2000

 

TIRSA Variable Rate Mortgage Endorsement (Fixed Rate Conversion) (9/1/93)

Sept. 1, 1993

 

TIRSA Variable Rate Mortgage - Negative Amortization (Endorsement 6.2) (9/1/93)

Sept. 1, 1993

 

TIRSA Waiver of Arbitration Endorsement (Owner's or Loan Policy) (4/24/01)

Apr. 24, 2001

 


SECTION 3 - OTHER FORMS
 

DATE OF FILING
BY NYSID

PAGE
NUMBER TIRSA Mortgage Foreclosure Guarantee (9/1/93)

Sept. 1, 1993

 

TIRSA Notice of Availability (9/1/93)

Sept. 1, 1993

 

TIRSA Recorded Document Application and Certificate (9/1/93)

Sept. 1, 1993

 


*These policies and their respective Standard New York Endorsements may not be issued after December 31, 1993. They are still, however, approved forms for purposes of Section 4(A).
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