New Simplified Removal of Discriminatory Provisions from Deeds – a closer look at HB 4134

13 Apr

New Simplified Removal of Discriminatory Provisions from Deeds – a closer look at HB 4134

New Simplified Removal of Discriminatory Provisions from Deeds – a closer look at HB 4134

Tuesday, April 13, 2021 (9:00 AM to 10:00 AM)
1 CE Hours

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Unfortunately, many deeds in Oregon still contain discriminatory and unlawful language. Join us on April 13th at 9am to hear from Pat Ihnat, counsel at Fidelity National Title, and learn about the new process for removing discriminatory provisions from deeds as part of the recently passed House Bill 4134. Oregon REALTORS lobbyist, Shaun Jillions, will dive into the legislation, providing background on the bill and how we got here. Pat Ihnat will expand on the prohibited discriminatory restrictions, recently-enacted law establishing procedure for removal of restrictions under ORS 93.274, and court forms developed for use by the public.


Pat Ihnat
Patricia Ihnat has been with the Fidelity National Title for more than 20 years, and she currently serves as counsel for Fidelity National Title’s Oregon operations. She is active in the Oregon Land Title Association; she is a past president of the Association and currently participates as a member of the Legislative, Education, and Trade Practices Committees. She also serves as an executive board member of the Oregon State Bar Association Real Estate and Land Use Section, and is a member of its legislative subcommittee.

Prior to Fidelity National Title, Patricia was in private practice with a focus on real estate litigation and appellate work. She also served as a staff attorney for the Arizona Court of Appeals.

Originally from Indiana, she received her B.A. in Mathematics from Franklin College, and her law degree from the University of Arizona College of Law. Pat is a member of three state bar associations, Oregon, California, and Arizona. She enjoys yoga and backpacking/hiking.

Fidelity National Title Company and its parent Fidelity National Financial constitute the nation’s largest title insurance company that collectively issues more title insurance policies than any other title company in the United States. In the Tri-County Metropolitan area, the company has nine branch locations and maintains a local market leadership position.

Jenny Pakula

Shaun Jillions

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