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Electronic Recording

What is eRecording?
Electronic recording (eRecording) is defined as a process of submitting, receiving, reviewing, recording, and returning documents via the internet rather than sending documents to the Recorder’s office by courier service or express mail.

Benefits for Document Customers

Scan and submit documents via the internet using a secure process, reduced mail and courier costs, improved and secure electronic fee processing, document rejections are returned quicker, enhanced document tracking and turnaround time, document is available instantly once recorded, the original documents do not leave your custody, and it’s a “green” technology.

Benefits for the Recorder
Reduces document processing time, decreases document turnaround time, eliminates return mail handling fees, increased document security, enhanced document tracking, secure payment processing.

Legal Basis for an Electronic Transaction
The legal basis for eRecording is authorized Federal (eSIGN), the Uniform Electronic Transactions Act (UETA), and the Uniform Real Property Electronic Transaction Act (URPERA).

How to Start
Subscribe with an authorized document submitter that is authorized to eRecord with the Douglas County Recorder’s Office. These companies have developed their own document submission software and are authorized by contract with Douglas County. There are fees associated with these services that can be discussed with each company directly.


The Douglas County Recorder/Registrar of Titles accepts all document types for eRecording. To eRecord in Douglas County, documents must be submitted through a Trusted Submitter.


The Trusted Submitters currently submitting documents for eRecording in Douglas County are:





eRecording Partners Network



Indecomm Global Solutions



Corporation Service Company