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Rate Reduction
In accordance with the agreements with the Attorney General of the State of New York and New York State Department of Insurance, the New York State Department of Insurance has approved rate reduction of 15% on all purchase (fee) transactions insuring liability amounts up to one million ($1,000,000.00) dollars.
First American
Fidelity and Chicago
Commonwealth

Section 14 RATE MANUAL CHANGE
Section 14 of the TIRSA Rate Manual has been changed, with an effective date of February 15, 2006.
you must revise all refinance invoices for transactions that close on or after that date. Implementation of Section 14 Changes will require your immediate attention and full cooperation. Agents will recognize the need to educate personnel, to furnis customers with updated rate information. Section 14 Rate Change

Pan-Asian American Leadership Caucus - 2005 Leadership Development Forum
June 11, 2005 - The PAALC will host the 2005 Leadership Development Forum at The Yale Club, 50 Vanderbilt Avenue, New York, NY.
The 2005 Leadership Development Forum is the extension of the Caucus's series of educational and outreach activities and leadership addresses. This one-day training will be focused on educating interested emerging APA leaders about the electoral process and how to play a vital role in expanding civic and community participation. The agenda features presentation from the nationís top political consultants, professional fund-raisers, pollsters, communications and media experts. Our trainers will impart their knowledge and encourage participation in an intimate and interactive setting.

THOMPSON HONORS SIX CITY LEADERS AT ASIAN AND PACIFIC ISLAND HERITAGE CELEBRATION
May 10, 2005 - New York City Comptroller William C. Thompson, Jr. last night honored six city leaders at his fourth annual celebration of Asian and Pacific Island Heritage on Monday, May 9, 2005. The event was co-sponsored by Asian Americans for Equality, the Asian American Federation, the Chinese American Planning Council and the Korean American League for Civic Action.

NEW YORK CITY - MORTGAGE TAX AGGREGATION
April 11, 2005 - New York City is enforcing its Mortgage Tax Aggregation rule in a manner not anticipated. Under the state statute imposing the New York City portion of the mortgage tax, mortgages affecting property in New York City recorded within one (1) year of each other and made by the same or related mortgagors, are aggregated for purposes of determining the appropriate mortgage tax rate on both the earlier and current mortgage. This is based on a rebuttable presumption that the mortgages were made as part of a single transaction, and that the making of the loan and mortgages in two stages was made in an attempt to avoid the higher tax rate.

Irwin K. Liu, Esq. appointed to the Board of Nassau County Industrial Development Agency
August 2, 2004 - The Nassau County Industrial Development Agency appoints Irwin K. Liu, Esq. as a member of the Board. The Nassau County IDA promotes the development of commerce and industry in Nassau County by providing tax and financial assistance to qualified applicants.

Automated City Register Information System (ACRIS)
New York Cityís Department of Finance
has posted an announcement on its Automated City Register Information System (ACRIS) Web Site advising that ACRIS release 2.1, including E-Tax Forms, is Scheduled for implementation on July 3, 2004.

New Jersey Underground Storage Tanks (USTs)
Financial Responsibility Requirements
...for owners and operators of underground storage tank systems for the purpose of remediation and for compensating third parties for bodily injury and property damage as a result of a discharge from an underground storage tank system.

Notice to All Homeowners with Underground Oil Tanks In Nassau County
If you use fuel oil to heat your house or for hot water and if you store that oil in an underground tank...
YOU MAY BE POLLUTING OUR GROUNDWATER!

Underground Heating Oil Tanks - A Homeowner's Guide
While most homeowner heating oil tanks are not regulated by the State - typically they are not over 1,100 in capacity, some delegated counties have regulations that apply to smaller heating oil tanks. If you live in one of the 5 delegated counties, you are encouraged to contact the county agency to determine whether such smaller tanks are regulated.


Records of Violations & Fines for Multi-Family Buildings in NYC.
You can look for past Violations and Fines for Multi-Family units in New York City.
You may see violations dating back as far as 1960 on this site. It is very likely that the conditions may no longer exist, but they will remain on the official record until there has been either a reinspection by HPD or a certification by the building owner that the conditions have been corrected.
Click on PROCEED TO HPDOnline >> on the site.
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