First eRecording for All American Title Accepted in Hillsborough County, Fl.

June 24, 2008

Hillsborough County’s official recorder, Pat Frank, accepted the first electronic recording from All American Title. Ms. Frank is Hillsborough county clerk of the Circuit Court, and is both clerk to the courts and comptroller. As the official recorder, she is the custodian of all official records, including deeds, mortgages and liens.

All American Title submitted the real estate documents into the county’s land records management system using Landata Technology, Inc. (LTI) e-Link software this past week.

“It’s great for our office not having to wait in line to submit closing documents any longer,” said Susan H. Luther, the president and owner of All American Title since 1995. “Our customers enjoy the security of knowing their closing documents are recorded correctly and in a timely manner.”

“Traditionally, documents are mailed, couriered or personally delivered to the county recorders office on a daily basis,” said Alan Cellura, President of LTI. “With eRecording, attorneys, title companies and lenders can submit documents for recording from their offices. Documents are submitted for recording through a secure Internet connection, and returned the same day without leaving the office.”

Source: Landata Technologies, Inc.


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