Welcome to the Oklahoma Abstractors Board!
The Oklahoma State Legislature adopted the Oklahoma Abstractor’s Law (Title 1) January 1, 2008, which directs the Oklahoma Abstractors Board to regulate Oklahoma’s abstract industry.
The office of the Oklahoma Abstractors Board (OAB) employs an Administrator and Administrative Assistant to staff the Board office. The Board issues Certificates of Authority, individual abstractor licenses as well as Permits to Develop Abstract Plants. In addition, the Board offers testing monthly to individuals seeking their abstract licenses.
The OAB also investigates consumer and industry complaints concerning abstracting issues and attempts to resolve them by using informal resolution methods.
NOTICE OF RULEMAKING INTENT
The Oklahoma Abstractors Board is proposing to make some changes to Title 5 Rules and Regulations of the Oklahoma Abstractors Board.
The Notice of Rulemaking Intent (NRI) gives the timeframe for public review and receiving comments as well as the scheduled Public Hearing.
The Rule Impact Statement and proposed changes are also available below for review.
Notice of Intended Rulemaking
Rule Impact Statement
Proposed Rule Changes