Following the recent Appellate Court decision in the case of New Jersey Land Title Association v. Dana Rone, County
Register of the County of Essex (Dkt. No. A-5028-16T1),
the e-recording convenience fee will be suspended, effective April 1, 2019, until further notice.
As the Clerk of Camden County, I am proud to be able to offer e-Recording for
the recording of documents regarding real property transactions in Camden
County. By using this system, submitters can begin taking advantage of the
many benefits that e-Recording brings to you, such as accurate tracking of
your documents, decreased rejection of documents and instant access to
your escrow account balance.
Submitters currently have two levels e-Recording:
Level I - allows the submitter to create an electronic cover page
(Document Summary Sheet) which is then attached to the original
document and submitted for recording. After the document is
received by the County Clerk’s office, recording and indexing
occurs almost immediately and the recording information is
automatically available here on this site. The documents are then
scanned and verified and returned to the sender.
Level II – the submitter includes a scanned image of the document,
supplied by the sender, along with the Document Summary Sheet.
Recording and indexing take place as usual and the recorded image
is returned to sender with all recording information electronically
stamped on it. All information can be tracked on this web-site.
Our goal is to keep Camden County up to date and state of the art in
the recordation of real property documents.
Camden County Clerk