Connecticut Town Becomes First in State to eRecord

Connecticut Town Becomes First in State to eRecord


The town of Glastonbury in Connecticut recently became the first to record an electronic real estate document in the state, Corporation Service Company (CSC) announced in a release.

After forming a partnership with CSC and NewVision Systems Corporation, the town clerk’s office in Glastonbury was able to record a lien release on June 25. Now, real estate document submitters can eRecord with the town clerk as long as they have a computer, Internet connection, and a scanner/printer.

“CSC’s eRecording technology is an invaluable partner in the modernization of our recording process,” said Joyce P. Mascena, Glastonbury town clerk. “As a result, our town has moved to the forefront of document management and processing technology. We are proud to offer this service in our continued efforts to better serve our constituents.”

“We’re very pleased to have helped the town of Glastonbury make history in the state of Connecticut,” said Mark Rosser, VP for CSC. “The increased efficiency and accuracy has the potential to significantly reduce both origination and recording costs, saving money for the recording office and those they serve on a day-to-day basis.”

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