Electronic recording, also known as eRecording, is an efficient and cost effective alternative to mailing or delivering documents in person to the Washoe County Recorder's Office.; eRecording enables customers to securely submit and record documents via the Internet.
The Washoe County Recorder's Office was an early adopter of eRecording, recording its first document electronically in 2003. Today, nearly 70% of the documents in this office are recorded electronically.
When the Recorder's Office recorded documents back in the 1860's, the documents were delivered on foot, or by horseback. Over the next century, the United States Postal Service and overnight shipping services broadened the range of delivery methods. eRecording is simply another delivery mechanism for documents and improves the overall turnaround time for recording from days and weeks to minutes. For more information, or to ask us questions about eRecording, please contact our office at (775) 328-3661.
The Washoe County Recorder's Office is PROHIBITED from giving ANY legal advice, or to assist in document preparation. We DO NOT provide any notarial services. Various types of forms may be purchased at office supply or legal form stores.
Once you have the appropriate form, you may prepare it yourself, consult legal counsel or contact a local title company or escrow company.
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