Pennsylvania Agencies

Forms - Policies & Endorsements

Pennsylvania is a "bureau state." It's title insurance bureau is called the Title Insurance Rating Bureau of Pennsylvania, or TIRBOP. TIRBOP is a group of industry representatives from various Pennsylvania title insurance underwriting companies and industry officials. Along with numerous other underwriting companies (a list of whom can be found in the TIRBOP Manual of Rules and Rates) Stewart Title Guaranty Company is a member and subscriber of TIRBOP.

Collectively, TIRBOP reviews, proposes, approves, catalogues, and files the title insurance rules, rates, and forms with the Pennsylvania Department of Insurance for their use in the Pennsylvania title insurance Industry.

We use specific TIRBOP forms for Stewart transactions in PA. Some PA forms may simply be a version of an ALTA form which is reviewed, catalogued and filed by TIRBOP in Pennsylvania. Other forms may contain content modified by TIRBOP, or may even be completely specific to PA. The PA endorsements all bear a unique TIRBOP Endorsement number. Regardless of whether a form's content has been modified or not, Pennsylvania has a unique document set by virtue of the TIRBOP review and filing process, and therefore Stewart has PA-specific Form 'prefixes' to identify them.
Click this link for a List of Stewart Form Prefixes for Pennsylvania Forms.

Form Downloads

The Word forms linked below are packaged as "zip" files. You must first extract the MS Word document prior to its review. If your operating system does not support this file format, please perform a search in a search engine (like Google or Bing) to find an application that you can use. 

Notice and Warning Regarding the Use of Our Forms »
The use of these Stewart Title Guaranty Company (STGC) brand forms is intended ONLY for agencies licensed with PA Department of Insurance, AND with an approved and active PA Underwriting Contract and PA Agent ID Number with Stewart Title Guaranty Company. Any unauthorized use is strictly prohibited.

If (a) you do not meet all of the aforesaid requirements (Licensing or contracts in other states DOES NOT constitute the same for PA), or (b) if your agency has been cancelled or suspended for any reason whatsoever, or (c) if your agency application approval is in progress, then you are NOT authorized to use any of these forms under any circumstances; This includes requests for policies after your cancellation date regardless of issue date prior to cancellation; Contact your Stewart Title Guaranty Company state Agency Manager for assistance with such requests.

And if you do meet all of the aforesaid requirements, the terms and conditions of use of forms is further defined in your Underwriting Agreement with Stewart Title Guaranty Company.

The use of these forms in violation of any of the aforesaid requirements or terms of use, or use under any of the aforesaid restricted situations is FRAUD, and will be prosecuted to the full extent of the law.

Attorney’s Report of Title Forms

Attorney's Preliminary Report of Title Form
Attorney's Final Report of Title Form


PA 07 STG Commitment

Basic Policies

PA 07 STG Loan Policy (M-5441) — ePolicy Jacket
PA 07 STG Loan Policy — Schedules
PA 07 STG Owner's Policy (O-5440) — ePolicy Jacket
PA 07 STG Owner's Policy — Schedules
PA 08 STG Short Form Res. Loan Policy (U-5462) — ePolicy

Enhanced Policies

PA 08 Affidavit — Expanded Policies — Owner/Mortgagor
PA 11 STG Expanded Coverage Loan Pol (M-5482) — ePolicy Jacket
PA 11 STG Expanded Coverage Loan Pol — Schedules
PA 11 STG Homeowner's Policy (O-5481) — ePolicy Jacket
PA 11 STG Homeowner's Policy — Schedules
PA 11 STG Exp Cov Short Form Res. Loan Pol (U-5483) — ePolicy


STG PA Endorsements (Effective 5-1-16) — All Inclusive Set
2016 Pennsylvania Rate Manual

ePolicy — Use of Electronic Jackets requires the proper installation/duplication of the forms as required by Stewart Title Guaranty Company:

  • If you are coding the Word version of the E-Policy Jackets for use in another software system, you should use these exact forms and code directly into them.
  • If your software system requires the alteration of these materials into another file format or piecewise cut-and-pastes, you should proof all of your work against the originals and they must match exactly. 
  • If you desire an altered format in any way, you should seek written approval from Underwriting Counsel.