ePN announces Craighead County Arkansas starts e-recording
Friday, September 13, 2013
e-Recording Partners Network (ePN) announced Jonesboro and Lake City, in Craighead County, Ark., opened the doors to e-recording.
“Craighead County is very excited to begin electronic recording for our local submitters as well as our out of state submitters,” said Ann Hudson, circuit clerk for Craighead County. “The need for personnel to visit the courthouse or mail documents to us will be done away with and your recorded document can be returned almost immediately.”
Craighead County faces a unique situation for e-recording in that the property has to filed in one of two courthouses depending on the location of the property. Each courthouse records and tracks documents separately from the other. ePN worked with Craighead County to allow for e-recording in both offices.
“We were pleased to partner with Ann Hudson and her team at Craighead County to expand our e-recording network,” said Jerry Lewallen, president of ePN.
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