5.1 OWNER'S TITLE INSURANCE
A. An owner's policy issued at the time of the purchase of the property shall be based on the full consideration, including the aggregate unpaid principal sum of any mortgage(s) or other liens, claims, taxes and any other municipal charge not being paid. A policy may be issued in an amount in excess of the full consideration where agreed to by the Insurer and the Insured. In a transaction involving the sale of real estate, an owner's policy must be issued unless the new owner has waived, in writing, the purchase of an owner's policy in accordance with 31 Title Pa. Code 126.1. (See Supplemental Form TIRBOP - 31 PA Code 126.1 Waiver of Owner's Title Insurance (01/01/02).)
B. Where an owner desires that an owner's policy be issued after acquisition of title, the rate shall be based upon any amount the owner may request but not less than the present fair market value of the property as of the time the owner's policy is issued.
C. When the lender insured under a loan policy acquires title to the land by foreclosure or by voluntary conveyance in extinguishment of the debt and requests owner's title insurance, such lender may be issued an owner's policy and the applicable Charge shall be based upon the fair market value of the property at the time the owner's policy is issued.