Controlled Business Report Filing

K.S.A. 40-2404(14)(h) requires each title insurer, agency or agent, within 90 days following the end of each business year (as established by the insurer, agency or agent) to file with the Department of Insurance and any title insurer with which the title agent or agency maintains an underwriting agreement, a report, executed by the title insurer’s title agency’s or title agent’s chief executive officer or designee, under penalty of perjury, stating the percent of closed title orders originating from controlled business.1

K.A.R. 40-3-52 sets forth information that is to be included in annual closed business reports.

Name of Title Insurer, Agent or Agency filing this report:

The filer does not have any closed title orders originating from controlled business to report for its past business year. True:

The filer only conducts title transactions on property located in counties with less than 10,000 in population:   

The identity of each producer of title business involved in the controlled business arrangement (insert N/A if not applicable):

The date upon which the business year began for the controlled business arrangement (insert N/A if not applicable):

The percentage of closed title orders originating from controlled business (insert N/A if not applicable):

The date of the end of the title insurer’s or title agency’s annual business year:

The identity of any federally chartered bank or savings association affiliated with the title insurer, if such an affiliation exists:

The undersigned affirms that by typing his or her name below, you affirm that the foregoing information is made under the penalty of perjury under the laws for the state of Kansas. You further affirm and agree that your electronic signature is the legal equivalent of your manual signature on this form.

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Date:   07/17/2024



1See K.A.R. 40-3-43 for important definitions of “closed title order,” “controlled business,” and “title insurance order.”