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El Paso County

Expanded Counties Program

The Expanded Counties Program is designed to reward customers who subscribe to Title Data's Houston-area title plant services with subscription-fee free access to Title Data's non-Houston-area title plants.  Conversely, the Program is intended to make it easier for title companies headquartered in the Austin, Corpus Christi, Dallas/Ft. Worth, El Paso, and San Antonio metropolitan areas to do business in the Houston area, where Title Data's business model, unlike its business model for the rest of the state, closely defines who can benefit from Title Data's proprietary land records and information (the "business presence" rules).

When a customer subscribes to at least two of Houston's "Big 5" metropolitan counties (being Brazoria, Fort Bend, Galveston, Harris and Montgomery counties) the customer begins to earn subscription-fee free access to Title Data's non-Houston area title plants. When a customer subscribes to all of Houston's Big 5 counties, the customer is eligible for subscription-fee free access to all of Title Data's non-Houston area title plants.

The subscription-fee free counties will be designated in Exhibit "A" to the Expanded Counties Program Subscription Agreement.

Abstract Plant Information Form

In order to become licensed as a Texas title insurance agent (or add a county to an existing license) the Texas Department of Insurance requires, for each county, a copy of the fully executed title plant subscription agreement and an Abstract Plant Information form. The Department uses the Abstract Plant Information to determine if the title plant (what the Department calls an "abstract plant") complies with the Department's definition for a title plant, as set forth in Procedural Rule 12 ("P-12").

Title Data pre-fills for its customers that portion of the Abstract Plant Information form which describes the title plant, including current plant date. All Title Data's customer has to do, before submitting the form to the Texas Department of Insurance, is add the name and address of the title agency to the top of the form, sign the form and, after Title Data's title plant has been inspected by the title agent's underwriter, have the underwriter sign the form.

To request a partially-completed Abstract Plant Information form, please click below. The form or forms will normally be furnished to you, by e-mail, within a few hours.