County recorders in New Jersey will now be required to accept electronic documents.
Govenor Christie recently signed Assembly Bill A 2565 which modernizes the e-recording process, providing the mechanism for significantly changing the method we will follow to record real estate related documents in New Jersey. It significantly revises NJSA chapter 46 -the recording statute by repealing NJSA 46:15-1 and 16, plus a lot more. There will be forms that will be promulgatedby the State Division of Archives and Records Management ot effectuate these chages. The law will take affect later this Spring. Read more here >>>.
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