E-recording is the electronic submission of documents to the New York City Register’s Office. Customers have been able to submit their documents electronically since July 2013. To record your documents electronically, visit www.nyc.gov/acris.
All recordable documents that you submit to the City Register’s Office can be e-recorded using the Automated City Register Information System (ACRIS).
No, you are not required to submit your documents electronically. For more information on submitting your documents, visit www.nyc.gov/acris.
The approval process takes one to two business days.
You only have to register once for the boroughs of Manhattan, Brooklyn, Queens, and the Bronx. However, for counties such as Nassau, Westchester, etc., you must register with each individual recording office in order to participate in e-recording.
No, but to file electronically, you must be able to scan your documents into PDF files.
You must lower your image’s resolution to 300 DPI in order to upload it successfully.