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Check-Writing Procedures for Closings Proceeds: For all ATG transactions, the proceeds check should be made payable to the seller as shown on the title commitment.
For a transaction that has multiple sellers, the proceeds check should be made payable to all sellers. In some instances with a valid reason, ATG, upon written direction from all sellers, may issue a separate check to each seller.
Be sure to plan for this well in advance of closing, since obtaining original signatures from the sellers at the closing table could be difficult or time-consuming. Living Trust as Seller: Without written direction, ATG will issue the check to the trustee of the trust.
ATG requires the proceeds check to be made payable to the trustee of the living trust. ATG does not pay individuals when the seller is a trust for two reasons: Land Trusts as Sellers: Upon written direction of the trust administrator, the proceeds check may be made payable to the payee or payees designated by the land trustee.
Corporations or LLCs as Sellers: Proceeds check should be made payable to the corporation or the LLC.
Proceeds check should be made payable to the name of the partnership. If ATG is directed to split the proceeds into two different checks, the payees will be both spouses or ex-spouses in most cases. While a divorce decree may direct how the proceeds are to be split, a divorce decree is not necessarily binding on a title company.
The parties are able to agree to some other arrangement as long as it is in writing and signed by both parties.
Paying Bills from Proceeds: ATG does not split proceeds checks in order to pay various bills of the sellers. Occasionally, on a second transaction, the sellers may be required by a lender to pay certain bills.
To facilitate this, ATG requires written authorization from that lender directing what needs to be paid off; this must also be disclosed on the HUD-1 Settlement Statement. Upon written direction from a seller or sellers that are attending a subsequent closing wherein they are then the buyers, ATG is willing to issue a proceeds check made payable to the title company in the second transaction, since the Illinois Good Funds law allows incoming funds to be in the form of a title company check.
If you have any questions about these procedures, please contact the Underwriting Department at lets say the trust is at Bank A, Anna has a personal account at Bank B. Annd gets a check from her trust account at Bank A payable to Anna as Trustee of the trust. Lets say Bank A is put of state and the check is mailed to Anna who wants to cash it at Bank B against her personal account.
· A check made out to a deceased individual or their estate can only be cashed by the executor of their estate. The estate executor usually creates a bank account for the estate, and it is through this account that checks are both written and cashed.
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