electronic recording

electronic recording

[i‚lek′trän·ik ri′kȯrd·iŋ]
(electronics)
The process of making a graphical record of a varying quantity or signal (or the result of such a process) by electronic means, involving control of an electron beam by electric or magnetic fields, as in a cathode-ray oscillograph, in contrast to light-beam recording.
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The new law, codified as Real Property Law [section]Section 291-i("Validity of electronic recording"), which is set to take effect on September 22, 2012, will eliminate this exclusion and permit electronic recording by county clerks of deeds and other instruments affecting real property.
It should be noted that the new law makes the electronic recording of documents voluntary for county clerks; however, once allowed by the county clerk, it must be available for all fliers.
Through the partnership, DocVerify will provide expanded services to its core customers, including electronic recording applications.
The company is the premiere choice for electronic recording services among banks, title companies and mortgage firms.
But, electronic recording has proven a valuable tool in administering justice by accurately preserving confession evidence.
While agency support, community pressure, or a legal mandate might force recording to occur, acceptable electronic recording requires the use of appropriate equipment.
Reid and Associates, describe the benefits and liabilities of electronic recording and its technical aspects.
THE NEW UNIFORM REAL PROPERTY ELECtronic Recording Act (URPERA), which gives county clerks and recorders the legal authority to prepare for electronic recording of real property records, has been approved by the National Conference of Commissioners, Chicago.
Most states have little or no legislation authorizing electronic recording, and the few statutes that do exist are mostly piecemeal, dealing with isolated issues rather than taking a comprehensive view of the necessary legal developments, according to NCCUSL.
Through the new relationship, Ingeo will integrate VMP's electronic documents into Ingeo's Electronic Recording System, which will allow Ingeo to give the industry access to a start-to-finish solution for processing and recording electronic real estate documents.
BCE Emergis will integrate its eLending platform with the Electronic Recordation Exchange to enable electronic recording of documents with county recorders.

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