Are you an agent who is about to enter into an agreement with an entity such as an LLC, Corporation, Partnership, Trust or Estate? If so, there are certain documents that as an agent you must require in order to confirm that the authorization of the signing party does in fact represent the company. To learn about these documents, read on.
When working with an entity, the agent must require authorization before entering into an agreement with the company. If there is no authorization there is no enforceable agreement to bind or sign on the company’s behalf. Signed purchase agreements are the only acceptable form of authorization.
To read the full the list of documents, click the link below to view Ticor Title’s “Representing an Entity.”
This is just a general outline of documentation that will be needed as proof of authorization to represent a business. Contact your Ticor Sales Executive to discuss your specific transaction needs.