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Recording - (561) 355-2991

  • Recording - 1. Process to Record a Document

  • Recording - 2. Requirements for Recording a Document

    • Can the Clerk & Comptroller reject a document?

    • What are the requirements to submit a document for recording?

    • Why did I not get my documents back after they were recorded?

  • Recording - 3. Forms

    • What is a “Notice of Commencement” and who must sign it?

    • What is a “Sale/Transfer of Real Property” DR-219 form?

  • Recording - 4. Documentary Stamps/Taxes

    • What documents require State Documentary Stamps?

    • When is intangible tax required?

  • Recording - 5. Fees

    • What is a Search (Look up) Fee?

    • What is an Abstract Fee? FL Statutes 703.01 & PBCC Resolution #2004-2566

    • Where can I find out about fees?

  • Recording - 6. eRecording

    • Can I record any document via eRecording?

    • How do I submit documents using eRecording?

    • What are the benefits of eRecording?

    • What is eRecording?

    • Who do I contact if I have a problem with eRecording?

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