Essex County, NY Clerk’s Office Now eRecording with CSC

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County Clerk’s Office expands document recording capabilities with help from CSC

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Corporation Service Company® (CSC®) is now an approved eRecording vendor for the Essex County, NY Clerk’s office.

Corporation Service Company® (CSC®) is now an approved eRecording vendor for the Essex County, NY Clerk’s office. CSC is the only nationwide provider of commercial and residential real estate document recording solutions in both electronic and paper formats.

Electronic document recording allows recording offices to reduce costs, eliminate payment errors, receive prompt payment and increase staff productivity. Document submitters also benefit from shorter wait times, fewer document rejections, faster rejection handling and more secure transmission of documents.

CSC’s eRecording division pioneered electronic document recording in the U.S. and was recognized for its innovations by the 2012 Mortgage Technology Awards.

“The increased efficiency and accuracy has the potential to significantly reduce both origination and recording costs, saving money for the recording office and those they serve on a day-to-day basis,” said Mark Rosser, vice president for CSC.

Essex County’s partnership with CSC will allow estate document submitters to electronically record documents quickly, easily, and securely. Any submitter with a computer, Internet connection and scanner/printer can now eRecord with Essex County.

About CSC

Corporation Service Company® (CSC®) provides eRecording solutions that establish an electronic “bridge” between submitters of real estate documents and county offices, enabling documents to be prepared, submitted, recorded/rejected, indexed and returned quickly, efficiently and electronically. CSC has provided business solutions to the legal, corporate and financial communities for more than 110 years. For more information, visit http://www.erecording.com.

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Beth Stryzs, eRecording Marketing Associate
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