What Is E-Recording

E-recording is today’s
standard for document recording.

What is e-recording? E-recording is the process of submitting documents for recording online
and having them reviewed, recorded, and returned back to the submitter electronically.


 

How E-recording Works

1. Send
Submitters electronically prepare or scan, upload and submit documents through a web-based service for recording.
2. Receive
The county or recording jurisdiction receives the documents electronically for processing.
3. Review
Documents are reviewed by the county. Should they find any errors, the document will be rejected and returned back to the submitter for correction.
4. Record
After they have been reviewed and approved, documents will be processed, stamped, and officially recorded with the county.
5. Return
The county returns the stamped, recorded documents back to the submitter electronically, notifying them that the document(s) have been recorded.
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E-recording, the standard for delivering documents electronically, is available across the country.

MORE COUNTIES OPEN THEIR DOORS
TO E-RECORDING EVERY DAY.

With organizations such as MISMO, PRIA, NACRC, and legislations that have made e-recording possible over the past decade, e-records are as legally binding as their paper-recorded document equivalents, which is why so many counties are coming on board.
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E-recording Laws & Legislation

Thanks to laws like UETA, ESIGN, and URPERA, e-recording has become today’s standard for delivering public documents for recording. Learn more about the history of e-recording and the laws that have made e-recording possible. LEARN MORE

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