Wash. Admin. Code § 208-680-130 - What kind of background check and fingerprinting information may the department require with my application for an escrow agent license?
Current through Register Vol. 21-18, September 15, 2021
Statutory Authority: RCW 43.320.040 and chapter 18.44 RCW (as amended by 2010 c 34). 10-20-124, § 208-680-130, filed 10/5/10, effective 11/5/10.
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What kind of background check and fingerprinting information may the department require with my application for an escrow agent license?
(1) If you are applying for an escrow agent license:
(a) You must submit fingerprint identification for the natural person making the application, and for your principal officers, designated escrow officer or branch designated escrow officers, and any controlling person. This identification must be submitted on standard Federal Bureau of Investigation fingerprint cardstock or another form acceptable to the department.
(b) You may be required, at the department's discretion, to provide additional background information any applicant, principal officer, designated escrow officer, controlling person, or partner. This may include any information the department deems necessary to satisfy the director that the requirements under RCW 18.44.031(2) have been met. The director may require that such information be reported in writing and signed by the reporting individuals.
(c) If you have been issued an escrow agent license and experience a change in one or more principal officers or controlling persons, you must submit fingerprints and such other information as the director may request under (b) of this subsection to the department thirty days prior to the effective date of the change in principal officer or controlling person.
(2) The department will collect a fingerprinting fee from you equal to the department's cost for processing fingerprints through the Washington state patrol.
[Statutory Authority: RCW 43.320.040 and chapter 18.44 RCW (as amended by 2010 c 34). WSR 10-20-124, § 208-680-130, filed 10/5/10, effective 11/5/10.]