Electronic filing of land records now available
Livingston County Clerk James Culbertson, has announced that after 191 years of accepting Land Records in paper form, his office will now accept those records in electronic form via eSecureFile Services.
The new service began Jan. 14.
“Electronic recording should prove to be a tremendous benefit for our submitters and our office. Not only is it a secure and efficient way to record documents, it saves time and money and is environmentally friendly. ESecureFile will provide as easy way for submitters to begin eRecording with our County,” Culbertson said.
With eSecureFile, submitters can electronically submit land records in minutes — virtually eliminating travel time and expenses associated with visiting the local courthouse.
There is no software to install and no set-up costs, which is a benefit for submitters and offers a no-risk solution.
Once the submitter has signed up with eSecureFile they have the ability to eRecord into all eSecureFile counties.