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County clerk moves to e-recording for documents

St. Joseph County Clerk Lindsay Oswald issued a media release detailing the process of e-recording.

Oswald said in order to best support financial-services infrastructure while being mindful of the current state of COVID-19, all documents for the clerk’s and register of deeds offices are to be submitted through e-recording.

Oswald said the county’s website has phone numbers available for CSC, Simplilife, EPN and INDECOMM.

There is also a link available for e-recording by going to the register of deeds page through the county’s website.

Oswald said e-recording is secure, simple and can be done from remote locations.

In an unrelated matter, Oswald said vital records will continue to be available with a written request, payment and proof of ID.

Oswald also issued a reminder that Circuit Court Clerk’s Office will be available for emergency purposes only. Case filings can be done via mail or email, she said.

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