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County now accepts e-Recording of land documents


The Allegheny County Recorder of Deeds office has implemented e-Recording of land related documents effective May 11.

Allegheny County will be one of four counties in Pennsylvania that currently accepts electronically transmitted documents. Initially, mortgages and mortgage assignments will be accepted via electronic recording, with other land related documents to be accepted at a future date.

e-Recording is the electronic transmission of documents through a secure Internet based network that connects organizations to counties throughout the country. This innovative service transforms the costly and time-consuming paper process into a secure, economical, automated on-line transaction. These documents are received in the Recorder's Office, recorded and electronically returned to the submitting agency within minutes.

The electronic document recording process provides immediate availability of recorded information, and reduces the time involved in submitting paper documents by mail. There is no cost to Allegheny County residents to implement this new technology, and will result in a significant reduction in mailing costs.


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