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October 19
Wake County Register of Deeds Charles Gilliam Announces Automated Recording Monitoring Service

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Monday, October 19, 2020
For Immediate Release

Contact: Luther Snyder, Deputy Director
O. 919-856-5462 M. 919-369-7045
luther.snyder@wakegov.com

Wake County Register of Deeds Charles Gilliam Announces Automated Recording Monitoring Service

Enables monitoring of recordings by the public

Raleigh, NC – Charles Gilliam, Register of Deeds of Wake County, announced the launch of a new service called Document Recording Alert, or “DocAlert” for short. This service can be accessed at docalert.wakegov.com

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The service monitors new recordings at the Register of Deeds. A user enters a person’s or business’ name in the service and DocAlert e-mails a report when a document is recorded under that name.

Charles Gilliam said “This service enables automated monitoring of recordings. One way to use the service is to enter your own name, or any other name, and monitor whether anything unexpected is recorded. Another use is if you are expecting someone might record a document you find out when it actually happens.”

DocAlert was written in-house by the Register of Deeds information technology staff.

This service is intended to be a convenience and not a substitute for the services of an attorney. The Register of Deeds recommends using an attorney for preparation or analysis of legal documents.

 

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