Advancing the cause of enabling electronic recordation of lien releases and other documents, St. Paul, Minn.-based US Recordings announced that it has expanded its footprint to serve another six counties via its InteleDoc Plus Multi-Level eRecording Platform.InteleDoc Plus imports data directly from mortgage databases to automatically create documents specific to each state. Boasting a fourfold increase during 2005, the company said it will expand to numerous counties during 2006. The system was created in 2003 and now offers templates for lien releases in all U.S. jurisdictions. Partnering with several software companies, U.S. Recordings' InteleDoc Plus was the first to record electronically in several Midwest counties as well as Florida, New Jersey, Utah, and Washington. Slightly more than 200 county recording authorities account for 80% of recordations nationwide.

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