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16 Pa. Code § 43.13. Giving of notice by title insurance companies.

§ 43.13. Giving of notice by title insurance companies.

 A title insurance company handling transactions pertaining to realty within this Commonwealth shall attach to the title report or settlement certificate issued in all cases handled by it a notice in writing substantially as follows:

   Your attention is directed to the provisions of the Pennsylvania Human Relations Act, (Act of Oct. 27, 1955, as amended (43 P. S. §  951 et seq.)) prohibiting discrimination because of race, color, religious creed, ancestry or national origin in the selling, leasing or financing of commercial housing. The said law pertains to all housing accommodations except (1) those situated in a single or two unit building in which one of the units is occupied by the owner thereof, and (2) those owned by religious, charitable, educational, private and fraternal organizations to promote the religious principles or the aims, purposes or fraternal principles for which such organizations were established. This notice does not in any way constitute an objection or defect in the title of the premises being conveyed, but is being given in accordance with 16 Pa. Code §  43.13 (relating to giving of notice by title insurance companies) adopted by the Pennsylvania Human Relations Commission.

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