abstractor


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one who makes abstracts or summarizes information

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These abstractors should be looking to utilise the water themselves for the remainder of the current licence or look at options to trade some or all of the licence with a neighbour who does require the water.
After working for ten years as a freelance abstractor for a title search company, Cindy Amrhein changed her focus to title searching only historic properties and Native American land.
The abstracts are arranged by discipline and, where appropriate, are accompanied by the abstractor's estimate of the amount of money that could be saved if the recommendations were carried out.
The goals are defined by the service or journal producing the abstracts and may be embodied or reflected in guidelines for the abstractors. The individual abstractor observes the goals by following these guidelines.
Stephanie Bice, the Oklahoma Land Title Association and the Oklahoma Abstractors Board.<br />HB 2941, authored by Mulready, requires title insurance agents to execute a Notification of Owner's Policy and to file that notification with the county clerk.
National Signing Source has a group of designers that concentrate on notaries, notary signing agents, title and mineral abstractors, attorneys, and paralegals.
Seasonal conditions and separate licences for winter or summer abstraction would disappear, allowing higher flows to be abstracted all year, not just in winter, but would restrict use on all abstractors during very low river flows to protect the environment.