In today’s competitive market, being able to save time and money, while supplying superior service to your clients and customers, is critical. Electronic recording provides the opportunity to do all three while maintaining the service you expect from your local Register of Deeds office.
On August 27, 2013, the Michigan Electronic Recording Commission adopted the Michigan eRecording Standards, effective January 1, 2014. Information regarding these standards can be found at:
Newaygo County’s eRecording Business Procedures
Documents are accepted and processed between the hours of 8:00AM and 4:30PM Monday through Friday excluding holidays observed by Newaygo County.
Payments are currently accepted by ACH per the agreements with the eRecording vendors.
Party’s submitting documents that violate Michigan eRecording Standards will have their ability to submit documents terminated until further notice.
Newaygo County Register of Deeds reserves the right to reject any electronically submitted documents that do not comply with the Michigan Recording Act and other applicable laws.
Any amendments and / or alterations to these business rules will be published on this webpage 90 days prior to taking effect.
Newaygo County Register of Deeds will only collect recording fees prescribed by state and local statutes. Additional processing fees may be collected by eRecording vendors.
Electronically recorded documents will be returned to the submitter in electronic format per the agreements with the eRecording vendors.
Newaygo County DOES NOT ACCEPT FOR ELECTRONIC RECORDING; Death Certificates, Court Documents, and Sheriff’s Deeds.
Newaygo County ACCEPTS ALL OTHER DOCUMENTS FOR ELECTRONIC RECORDING.
Current eRecording Providers (click on links below)