Two Connecticut Towns Begin E-recording
July 16, 2013
Simplifile, an electronic recording service provider, announced its first two Connecticut towns, Waterbury and Manchester, are now accepting land record documents for e-recording.
The newly available e-recording technology will enable both local and national document submitters such as title companies, banks, attorneys, and lien filers, to electronically submit documents through Simplifile to the town clerks’ offices, eliminating courier fees, travel time, and paper, among other cost and time-saving benefits.
“Manchester, Conn., has continuously been recognized by the National League of Cities for its use of technology in local government,” said Manchester Town Clerk Joe Camposeo. “As a leader, our decision to move forward with e-recording shows our commitment for utilizing technology in the best interests of our citizens and customers. I am delighted to see this opportunity occur and look forward to the growth of e-recording in Connecticut.”
Waterbury and Manchester join more than 900 counties throughout the nation that have adopted Simplifile’s e-recording service.