Idaho Statutes
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TITLE 55
PROPERTY IN GENERAL
CHAPTER 8
RECORDING TRANSFERS
55-819.  requirements regarding a request for notice of transfer or encumbrance — rulemaking. (1) If the department of health and welfare has recorded a request for notice of transfer or encumbrance pursuant to section 56-225, Idaho Code:
(a)  When a title insurance company or agent discovers the presence of a request for notice of transfer or encumbrance recorded in the real property records in the county in which the property described in such notice is located while performing a title search on such property and any individual identified in such notice is the record owner of such property, the title insurance company or agent shall disclose the presence of the request for notice of transfer or encumbrance in any commitment to offer to issue a title insurance product to insure title to such real property; and
(b)  If, after the date of the recording the request for notice of transfer or encumbrance described in subsection (1)(a) of this section, the individual identified in such request for notice transfers or encumbers real property described in such filing, such individual, his agent or family member shall provide the department of health and welfare with a notice of transfer or encumbrance within ten (10) days after the date of the transfer or encumbrance. For the purposes of this subsection (1)(b), a title insurance company or agent shall not be deemed or appointed an agent of the individual identified in the request for notice of transfer or encumbrance. The department of health and welfare shall adopt by rule a model form for notice of transfer or encumbrance to be used by said individual when notifying the department.
(2)  If the department of health and welfare has caused to be recorded a termination of request for notice of transfer or encumbrance in the grants and conveyances records pursuant to section 56-225, Idaho Code, or if no individual identified in the request for notice of transfer or encumbrance is the record owner of the real property described therein, the title insurance company or agent is not required to disclose the notice of transfer or encumbrance as required by subsection (1)(a) of this section, and an individual transferring or encumbering the real property after the date of such recording is not required to provide the notice of transfer or encumbrance required by subsection (1)(b) of this section.
(3)  The notice of transfer or encumbrance described in subsection (1)(a) of this section is personal to the individual named therein and shall not constitute a lien or encumbrance on, or prevent the transfer or encumbrance of, the property described therein. A title insurance company or agent shall have no liability to the department of health and welfare or any person or entity for failing to discover, or for disclosing, the request for notice of transfer or encumbrance as required by subsection (1)(a) of this section.

History:
[55-819, added 2010, ch. 90, sec. 1, p. 174.]


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