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Electronic Recording (eRecording) Information

eRecording eliminates the need to mail or hand deliver documents to the Clerk of Court, simplifying all aspects of the recording process.

eRecording documents can be tracked, and are typically recorded within 24 to 72 hours. Once the document is recorded, an image that includes the recording information can be immediately retrieved from the Official Records page of our website.

Seminole County Clerk of the Circuit Court utilizes the following vendors for our eRecording services:

CSC eRecording
(866) 652-0111

eRecording Partners Network (ePN)
(888) 325-3365

(800) 460-5657

Suggested eRecording Best Practices

To ensure the preservation of the Official Records, and provide the most efficient service we highly recommend following these guidelines when submitting documents:

  • Use 300 DPI.
  • Use 10 to 12 point font.
  • Images should be scanned with 8 x 11 page size.
  • Use TIFF or PDF image formats when scanning.
  • Index individual party names in LAST NAME, FIRST NAME format.
  • Keep receipts to 15 documents or less.
  • Images should be clear, straight and free of lines.
  • Images should be an accurate representation of the original document.
  • Be sure to choose the correct document type and apply applicable document stamps or intangible taxes.
  • Provide an email and/or phone number in your submitter contact info.

List of Documents Ineligible for eRecording:

  • Notice of Contest of Lien
  • Notice of Contest of Bond
  • Notice of Homestead
  • Transfer of Liens to Security by Bond or Cash
  • Transfer of Judgment
  • Notice of Marketable Title (when certificate of service is required)

    Please note these documents cannot be eRecorded, and must either be mailed or hand delivered to our Official Records Department, 1750 E. Lake Mary Blvd., Sanford, FL 32773, 407-665-4300

List of Documents Ineligible for eRecording

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