USING POWER OF ATTORNEYS IN REAL ESTATE TRANSACTIONS: TIPS & PITFALLS

No one wants to be the reason a closing is delayed. Yet, issues with the power of attorney is one of the most prevalent closing hiccups and sources of delay. The purpose of this article is to provide a basic understanding of the power of attorney and give you some practice tips to help you … Continue reading USING POWER OF ATTORNEYS IN REAL ESTATE TRANSACTIONS: TIPS & PITFALLS

eRecording in the Commonwealth of Virginia – An Interview with the Clerks of the City of Fredericksburg and King George County Circuit Court  

An Interview with the Clerk of the Circuit Court City of Fredericksburg, Virginia Question for the Clerk:  As a Clerk in the Commonwealth of Virginia and as a member of the Clerk’s Association, what issues and questions are being addressed by the Clerk’s Association regarding e-Recording in Virginia? Response:  The Clerks are working with the … Continue reading eRecording in the Commonwealth of Virginia – An Interview with the Clerks of the City of Fredericksburg and King George County Circuit Court  

eRecording in Virginia

eRecording FAQ’s - frequently asked questions by eRecorders Is eRecording Legal in Virginia? The Uniform Electronic Transaction Act (UETA) established and authorized the legal equivalence of electronic records (documents) and electronic signatures.  The Uniform Real Property Electronic Recording Act (URPERA) authorized the Circuit Court Land Record Clerk to accept records (documents) in an electronic format.  … Continue reading eRecording in Virginia