Real Property Law & Legal Issues Committee

The Real Property Law and Legal Issues Committee (RPLLIC) of PRIA is responsible for monitoring and/or working on model property records-related drafts and legislation.  In particular, this committee monitors proposals being worked on by the Uniform Law Commission (ULC).  The RPLLIC also helps to track property records-related legislation in the states.   The committee may also review and recommend statutes related to public records, solutions to deter fraudulent recording, and revisions to UCC Article 9.


  1. Drafted the model DR-513, Military Discharge, legislation (1998?)
  2. Oversaw the rewrite of the Uniform Commercial Code (UCC) Article 9 model legislation (1997-1998)
  3. Participated in the ULC’s Uniform Electronic Transactions Act (UETA) (1998-2000)
  4. Participated in the ULC’s Uniform Real Property Electronic Recording Act (URPERA)(2002-2004)
  5. Participated in the rewrite of the Revised Uniform Law on Notarial Acts (RULONA) (2008-2010).
  6. Monitored the ULC’s Residential Real Estate Mortgage Foreclosure Act which became the ULC’s Home Foreclosures Procedures Act (2012-2014)


Posted 04/17/14 eNotes Are Legal
Posted 02/09/06 Uniform Real Property Electronic Recording Act Guide
Posted 01/2014 Centralized Lien Processing Guidelines for County Recorders
PRIA Position Statement PRIA Position Paper on UPRERA



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