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eRecording for Title Companies

CSC reduces the title insurance gap that exists between closing and recording—providing same day recordation in most cases. Our faster recording times ensure the lender secures first lien position and reduces risk for both the title company and lender.

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With eRecord®, title companies maintain control of the original documents and receive a status update as soon as the document is processed. CSC also saves you the cost associated with physically mailing or delivering real estate documents and the hassle of cutting checks by paying recording fees on your behalf. Electronic recording (eRecording) with CSC also reduces rejections related to the various jurisdiction requirements, including those based on incorrect fee calculation.

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Uniform Commercial Code searches and filings

Our services make it easier for clients to search in all jurisdictions within one unique system.

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Business License services

We provide ongoing support for your clients’ international compliance efforts, and help fulfill their business license and permit requirements in any of the more than 160,000 U.S. jurisdictions.

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Registered Agent services in any of the 50 states, the District of Columbia, and key international jurisdictions

Our fast, reliable Registered Agent service for all entity types features electronic service of process (SOP) delivery and offers full integration with our legal services platform, SOP ManagerSM.

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Subscribers can submit and record real estate documents with county recording offices throughout CSC's network, which captures more than 90% of the U.S. population.

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