Informational Documents

The following documents are provided to assist interested parties in learning more about the benefits and challenges of eRecording.

  • The Basics of eRecording Written by Florida attorney, Lavinia James Vaughn, Carlton Fields, this introductory paper provides an attorney's perspective on the value of eRecording.
    eRecording Myths, Perceptions and Challenges 2012 Myths, Perceptions and Challenges to eRecording from the perspectives of document submitters, eRecording vendors, land records management vendors, quasi-public portals, county recorders and notary publics.

    The Legal History of eRecording

    A Short History of Electronic Recording - The Statutory Framework
    eNotes Are Legal An Analysis of eNote Enforceability Nationwide

    eRecording Levels, Models, Profiles

    An informational paper on how the description of eRecording has changed through the years from levels to models, continuums to profiles

     

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