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Oklahoma Abstractors Board
Rules and Regulations 


NOTICE OF INTENT TO PROMULGATE RULES, RULE IMPACT STATEMENT AND PROPOSED CHANGES TO RULES FOR CHAPTERS 2 AND 11 OF TITLE 5 CAN BE SEEN UNDER "NOTIFICATIONS" ON THE LEFT HAND TABS. 

The OAB has now amended Title 5 effective September 15, 2014.  The Permanent Rules are posted below.

TITLE 5 
(RULES AND REGULATIONS

(These rules became effective on September 15, 2014)

 

TITLE ONE
OKLAHOMA ABSTRACTORS LAW

(Title 1  Oklahoma Abstractor's Law (effective November 1, 2008)

 

POLICY TO ESTABLISH FINES FOR LATE FILINGS

Pursuant to the authority given by Title One, Section 25(8), of the Oklahoma Statutes as well as the Permanent Rules of the OAB, the following policy was adopted on March 11, 2010 and went into effect on September 1, 2010, with the amendment on individual licenses going into effect January 8, 2011.

Policy to Establish Fines for Late Filings

 

MISCELLANEOUS STATUTES AND LAWS CONCERNING ABSTRACTING :

HB 2182 Clerks charging for electronic records 2013

 

ATTORNEY GENERAL OPINIONS:

Free Access - 1982

Free Access - 1985

Free Access - 2005

Free Access - 2009

Authorization to Sell Records - 1997

Appropriate Amounts for Clerks to Charge for 
Electronic or Digital Records - 2005

Charging for Records - 2009

County Clerk Electronic Records/Website - 2012

 

 

DECLARATORY RULINGS ISSUED BY THE OAB:

March 10, 2011 - Do abstract offices have the ability to refuse to build a new abstract with the knowledge an abstract exists with invoices due?

June 17, 2014 - Can American Eagle Title & Abstract in Tulsa County, Oklahoma issue Federal Court Certificates or certify as to Federal Court proceedings


 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Last Modified on 09/15/2014