What is eRecording?
eRecording is a secure online submission of documents to the Lee County Clerk of Courts office for recording in the Official Records of Lee County. eRecording eliminates the need to mail or deliver documents to our office, and saves time and money for both the Clerk’s office and our customers.
Benefits of eRecording:
- Ability to submit electronically - 24 hours a day, 7 days a week
- Expedites recording process
- Increases efficiencies, streamlines work flow
- Eliminates payment errors
- Improves document security – you retain original documents
- Reduces time gap for recording
If you are a recording customer and wish to begin sending your documents to Lee County electronically, then please contact one of the following eRecording vendors to learn about the benefits of eRecording with Lee County Clerk of Courts Recording Office.
- CSC eRecording Solutions -1 (800) 927-9801
- E-Doc Solutions - 1 (888) 973-3627
- eRecording Partners Network – 1 (888) 325-3365
- Indecomm –1 (651) 766-2369
- Simplifile – 1 (800) 460-5657
Attention Contractors and Construction Companies
eRecording is not just for title companies, banks or attorneys. If you are a contractor or the owner of a construction company you can file your documents electronically. Filing electronically is an efficient and time saving way to record your documents. To learn more about eRecording you will need to contact the vendors listed above to get started today. Below is a list of the agencies, links to their websites and Notice of Commencement (NOC) forms.
City of Bonita Springs - The City of Bonita Springs Permitting Office can electronically record your Notice of Commencement. If you are working in the City of Bonita Springs you can go to their permitting office and file your Notice of Commencement electronically for a fee, and then get your permit.
Town of Fort Myers Beach – The town of Fort Myers Beach can electronically record your Notice of Commencement. If you are working in the town of Fort Myers Beach you can go to their permitting office and file your Notice of Commencement electronically for a fee, and then get your permit.
Disclaimer: When you submit a document for eRecording, that does not constitute as the document being recorded in Lee County Clerk of Court's Official Records. Documents are recorded in the order they are received. There is no guarantee that documents will be recorded by Clerk of Court in the same day as it is eRecorded.