Iowa Land Records Seminar Series
Learn how to electronically file documents through the Iowa Land Records system! This program covers basic electronic filing skills and will explain how to submit electronic documents to Iowa County Recorders. In select locations the seminar will be expanded to cover the new process for submitting Surveys & Plats electronically to Iowa County Recorders.
E-Submission of Real Estate Documents
Iowa Land Records is not a new system. Since 2006 Iowa County Recorders have accepted documents for recording in PDF format over the Internet. More than 1 million documents have been electronically recorded in Iowa. Iowa Land Records is a nationally recognized electronic filing system. Organizations throughout the United States use Iowa Land Records to file documents with County Recorders. Many Iowa law firms, financial institutions and other organizations such as the Iowa Department of Revenue, Iowa Department of Transportation, and the Iowa Finance Authority file their documents electronically. If you have a computer, a document scanner and internet access, then you have the technology required for electronic document filing. Let us show you how in this informative program.
This program has been approved by the Iowa Judicial Branch Office of Professional Regulation. Attending one session is equivalent to 1.5 hours of CLE!
E-Submission of Surveys & Plats
The Iowa County Recorders Association and the Society of Land Surveyors of Iowa Have been engaged in a collaborative project for several years to improve the quality of indexing and searching for surveys and plats and corner certificates, and to enable the electronic filing of surveys and plats. The recent passge of Senate File 2276 will allow surveyors to electronically submit surveys and plats to Iowa County Recorders through the Iowa Land Records System.
We have teamed up with the Sociey of Land Surveys of Iowa to provide an opportunity for surveyors to learn more about the standards for submitting surveys and plats for recording. The first 90 minutes of the seminar will cover the basics for the E-Submission of documents and the 30 minutes of the program will cover content specific to surveys and plats. See the schedule below and note the specific locations where the extended seminar on surveys and plats will take place.
* = surveys and plats seminar
Kirkwood Community College - Iowa Hall, 3rd Floor, Rooms A&B
6301 Kirkwood Blvd SW
Black Hawk County Courthouse
316 E 5th Street