eRecording Submitter FAQ’s

  1. Which Thomson Reuters customers currently use eRecording?
  2. Is the Thomson Reuters interface open to all submitters?
  3. Is the interface proprietary?
  4. What delivery method does Thomson Reuters’ eRecording system use?
  5. Is the interface different for every county?
  6. Does Thomson Reuters charge submitters a fee to eRecord?
  7. Does Thomson Reuters charge for submitter support?
  8. Does Thomson Reuters support PRIA DTD 1.2?
  9. What eRecording document levels are supported by Thomson Reuters?
  10. What methods of payment are supported by Thomson Reuters?

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  1. Which Thomson Reuters customers currently use eRecording?
    • Alachua County, FL
    • Alameda County, CA (government to government only)
    • Citrus County, FL
    • Doniphan County, KS
    • Durham County, NC
    • Fort Bend County, TX
    • Harnett County, NC
    • Jefferson County, CO
    • Jefferson County, TX
    • King County, WA
    • Mecklenburg County, NC
    • New Hanover County, NC
    • Pierce County, WA
    • Saginaw County, WA (government to government)
    • Santa Cruz County, CA (via Certna)
    • Sarasota County, FL
    • Snohomish County, WA
    • Tarrant County, TX
    • Travis County, TX
    • Williamson County, TX
  2. Is the Thomson Reuters interface open to all submitters?

    Yes. Thomson Reuters does not have any exclusionary relationships that prohibit any submitter from sending electronic documents to Thomson Reuters’ counties. Participation in eRecording, however, is subject to County policy.

  3. Is the interface proprietary?

    No. Thomson Reuters uses a standard, published interface for all Thomson Reuters counties which is contained in this document.

  4. What delivery method does Thomson Reuters’ eRecording system use?

    Thomson Reuters uses Web Services standard and SSL (Secure Socket Layer) transmissions are supported via Web Services and standard SOAP interfaces.

  5. Is the interface different for every county?

    No. Thomson Reuters uses the same interface for every county.

  6. Does Thomson Reuters charge submitters a fee to eRecord?

    No. Thomson Reuters does not assess any per document fee or subscription to participate in a county’s eRecording program.

  7. Does Thomson Reuters charge for submitter support?

    Thomson Reuters reserves the right to assess a reasonable fee for support of new submitters. However, a submitter can elect to participate in an alliance agreement with Thomson Reuters. For more information contact our customer support center at 866-917-4354, option 1 or rmsupport@thomsonreuters.com.

  8. Does Thomson Reuters support PRIA DTD 1.2?

    Thomson Reuters currently supports PRIA 1.x and Certna standard, and is working on support for PRIA 3.x.

  9. What eRecording document levels are supported by Thomson Reuters?

    Thomson Reuters currently supports Levels 1, 2 and 3 (provided they are converted to a TIFF image prior to transmission).

  10. What methods of payment are supported by Thomson Reuters?

    Currently, Thomson Reuters supports the use of an escrow or voucher account at the County level as well as ACH.

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