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Welcome to the Pennsylvania Land Title Association

PLTA is the trade association for the title insurance industry in Pennsylvania.  We represent the title agents and agencies, title insurance underwriters, real estate attorneys and other real estate professionals throughout the state.  Our members are knowledgeable, dedicated professionals in the title industry who are your best resource to protect your property rights.

Register online to attend today!
June 11 - 13, 2017
Bear Creek Mountain Resort in the Lehigh Valley!

2016-2017 Board Officers

   PLTA President
Brian Zulli, Esq., CLTP
   PLTA Vice President
Frank McGovern, Esq., CLTP
   PLTA Treasurer
Danielle Chamberlain, CLTP
   PLTA Secretary Charles Nowicki, CLTP, NTP
   PLTA Immediate
   Past President
John T. Croke, Sr., CLTP

   *Not pictured: Vice President Frank McGovern, Esq., CLTP*

Registration is now open for the 2017 PLTA 96th Annual Convention at
Bear Creek Mountain Resort in Macungie, PA from
June 11 - 13, 2017!

Click to register online.

Own your future!  Join your colleagues, industry leaders and vendors to stay current with title issues, your role in the changing marketplace and technology advances. Along with all this education will be golf, a fabulous spa, special activities and a few surprises.

This will be available at attractive pricing with thanks to our premier sponsor, Signature Information Solutions. Please plan on joining us and staying in the game!

Register online at www.plta.org.

Bear Creek Mountain Resort

or call call 1-866-754-2822 x205

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PLTA News You Can Use

Recording Fees are increasing in some PA counties; click the county name to download the notice:

Delaware County - February 1, 2017
Erie County - March 1, 2017
Dauphin County | March 1, 2017

HR 1073 Passes and moved to The Legislative Budget and Finance Committee in 2017

On October 27, 2016 the House of Representatives voted in favor of HR 1073; the vote was 184 - 1.  The resolution  reads: "A Resolution directing the Legislative Budget and Finance Committee to conduct a comprehensive review of the scope of records maintained and fees collected by the county recorder of deeds offices in this Commonwealth and to make recommendations."   The Legislative Budget and Finance Committee will be reaching out to stakeholders in the early part of 2017 before commencing their study which is estimated to take several months.

You can find the resolution and other information at:  the Pennsylvania House of Representatives website.

To read the resolution: HOUSE RESOLUTION No. 1073

Download the joint ALTA & PLTA Information Sheet.


The Office of Judicial Records (“OJR”) shut down access at its computer terminals to the Water Revenue Bureau’s (“WRB”) database on/around June 21st. This database contains access to WRB liens, reading history, arrearages, and current balance information. Since that time, PLTA’s Title Issues & Records Committee (“Committee”) has been working closely with the City to restore the access in the near future.  In the meantime, we have been advised to use the following avenues to obtain the information that will now be missing from the OJR’s records: You can call the main number to speak with a customer service representative at (215) 686-6880 or email amountdue@phila.gov.  The Title Issues & Records Committee is continuing to meet with the city quarterly to get the issues resolved.

View the PLTI Online Learning Course Catalog!  

Online CE & CLE classes for 1, 2, & 3 credits available! To purchase PLTI Online Learning courses please sign in to your PLTA profile or register to take advantage of our affordable online learning.  To access simply click the PLTI Learning tab on our menu or visit www.pltionline.org.

Quickly learn to use the platform:  
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EMAIL SCAM ALERT: A recent scam is targeting state land title associations. Suspicious emails are appearing to come from the LTA executive director asking to view a commitment and sign documents. Pennsylvania Land Title Association (PLTA) does not send documents to be signed by email, nor send anything pertaining to Commitments. No instances have been seen as of yet, however please do not respond, open attachments or click links included in a suspicious email. Please call the PLTA Office at 610-265-5980 if you receive any suspicious emails and report them to the Federal Bureau of Investigation Internet Crime Complaint Center.

Calendar more

6/11/2017 » 6/13/2017
2017 PLTA Convention - Bear Creek Mountain Resort, Lehigh Valley, PA - June 11-13, 2017

Old Republic Title Fall Agent Seminar - Cranberry Twp - October 5, 2017

Old Republic Title Fall Agent Seminar - Camp Hill - October 12, 2017

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