Assembly Bill 2143 (Chapter 380) signed by the governor September 16 and effective January 1 expands electronic recording to any person or entity that provides a certificate of insurance evidencing a minimum amount of liability insurance to be set by the Attorney General and allows for e-recording of digital records containing information that is created, generated, sent, communicated, received, or stored by purely electronic means.

California – Legislation Expands Electronic Recording
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