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Kentucky To Consider E-Recording Reforms

Posted in Collateral, Kentucky Law
The past two decades have seen a paradigm shift in the way states sign, record, and notarize documents. Once hindered by paper document and “wet” signature requirements, the modern recordation process in many states has evolved to allow recording of real estate records electronically. States first began adopting laws to equate “e-signatures” with pen-and-paper signatures… Continue Reading

New York and Florida Courts Enforce E-Notes

Posted in CFPB, Foreclosure, Kentucky Law, Note Sales
Appellate courts in New York and Florida recently ruled that mortgage lenders “holding” electronic notes had standing to foreclose on the real property securing the E-Notes. Although Congress passed the Electronic Signatures in Global and National Commerce Act (ESIGN) in 2000, and nearly all states have passed the Uniform Electronic Transactions Act (UETA) in the… Continue Reading