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DC Recorder of Deeds Suspends e-Filing

The Washington DC Recorder of Deeds will no longer allow electronic filing of documents through their website.  Filers are now required to submit paper copies in person or utilize a third party vendor for e-filing.

For some time Incserv has found it more convenient to submit paper copies due to the limitations of the now defunct e-filing system.  By submitting documents in person, Incserv is able to make certain your flings are recording accurately and any possible rejection can be communicated immediately, lessening the chance of missing a pertinent filing date.  Incserv makes daily trips to the Recorder of Deed’s office and is more than happy to assist you in filing.  Contact us today for assistance!

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Deirdre Chinn Davis is an Assistant Vice President and manages the Washington, DC office.

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Texas Business Name Consent Update

Effective June 19, 2015, Texas Governor Abbott signed into law Senate Bill 1313 which amends Chapter 5 of the Business Organizations Code to require the notarization of a written statement of an entity’s or name registrant’s consent to use of a similar name.

Documents received after June 19, 2015, requiring submission of written consent to use of similar name will be rejected if the consent is not notarized.

The new consent form (SOS form 509) has been revised and is posted on the TX Secretary of State website, click here for the form.

To read more on SB 1313, click here.

Gennine Cooper is a Marketing Associate in our Dover, Delaware office.