Escrow companies or agents are highly regulated for the protection of their members and their clients who entrust their funds to these companies. The owners of the company or the agent is responsible for the actions of the transactions and must obtain a license in order to legally handle cases. The agent’s or company’s work is subjected to the provisions of the California Financial Code and the California Code of Regulations. Failure to follow these codes can result in the loss of a license, loss of the company, and legal actions if need be.
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