Grant County & Circuit Clerk fully implemented e-Recording in Grant County as of June 2018 and we are now eRecording. Any organization that regularly records documents is invited to contact our e-Recording trusted submitter (Simplifile) to get started.
What is E-Recording? E-Recording is the process of electronically recording documents by submitting, receiving and processing documents for recording via the Internet that would otherwise be sent to a county clerk or recorder’s office by express mail or courier service. E-Recording consists of the following simple, five-step workflow: submit, receive, review, record and return.
Advantages of eRecording with Grant County:
E-Recording offers several advantages over traditional, paper document recording:
Legislation was passed in July of 2007 for Arkansas Recorders to record documents by electronic filing.
E-Recording has become today’s standard for delivering public documents for recording. Federal ESIGN and state (UETA and URPERA) legislation have established the legal basis for secure, electronic recording and hundreds of counties in nearly every state across the nation are e-recording today. As a result, major underwriters and lending institutions embrace e-recording, encouraging agent offices to adopt the practice to help streamline work processes, reduce costs, reduce recording gaps, and improve auditability and customer service levels.
Should you have any questions or need more information, please call:
Grant County & Circuit Clerk’s Office
PLEASE NOTE: This website is being provided merely for the purpose of providing instructions as to the procedures of this office and in no way should be construded as advice as to laws. The law prohibits the Clerk and her staff from giving legal advise. If you need legal assistance, you should see an attorney.