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Thayer County, NE Register of Deeds Office is now eRecording through CSC

The Thayer County, NE Register of Deeds Office is now electronically recording real estate documents through Corporation Service Company? (CSC?). Any document submitter with a computer, Internet connection and scanner/printer can now eRecord real estate documents in Thayer County through CSC.

Existing CSC customers can access the county?s available document types and required fields using CSC?s Thayer County Submitter Bulletin. Customers can email if the county has not been added to their drop-down lists or with any questions or concerns.

Document submitters who are new to CSC or new to the electronic recording process should request a consultation with a CSC specialist. With eRecording, document submitters benefit from shorter wait times, fewer document rejections, faster rejection handling and more secure transmission of documents.

Electronic document recording also allows recording offices to reduce costs, eliminate payment errors, receive prompt payment and increase staff productivity. Thayer County’s partnership with CSC will allow real estate documents to be recorded quickly, easily and securely.

?Our county is excited to provide eRecording through CSC,? said Marie E. Rauner, County Clerk for Thayer County. ?This important technology allows submitters to record documents quickly and securely without ever having to visit the courthouse. It?s a tremendous cost- and time-savings advantage for our constituents.?

About CSC

Corporation Service Company? (CSC?) provides eRecording solutions that establish an electronic ?bridge? between submitters of real estate documents and county offices, enabling documents to be prepared, submitted, recorded/rejected, indexed and returned quickly, efficiently and electronically. CSC has provided business solutions to the legal, corporate and financial communities for more than 110 years. For more information, visit