An Express Article from the California Land Title Association
Bulletin 2005/06 –75 - January 3, 2006
The Electronic Recording Delivery System (ERDS) draft handbooks have been released by the Attorney General for comments. The ERDS program was established within the Attorney General’s office to implement the Electronic Recording Delivery Act of 2004. The draft handbooks contain four components and serve as guides for outlining the requirements for specific participation in ERDS. The four handbooks include: (1) Baseline Requirements & Technology Standards; (2) Electronic Recording Delivery System – System Certification Handbook; (3) Electronic Recording of a Delivery System – Computer Security Advisor; and (4) Electronic Recording Delivery System – Vendor of Software Certification Handbook.
The draft handbooks can be found at http://ag.ca.gov/erds/. The handbooks have been distributed to members of CLTA’s Electronic Recording Task Force for review and comments. Additional comments may be made through the CLTA, which will be submitting comments, or directly to the Attorney General’s Office as follows:
Terri Newby, Chief
Operations Support Bureau
4949 Broadway, Room D214
Sacramento, CA 95820
Comments have been requested by January 9, 2006 but comments after that date may still be submitted. If commenting directly, please send a copy to the CLTA.