The search is on for a suspect who led the Tennessee Highway Patrol on a high speed chase overnight through Coffee County into Rutherford County.
Organizations submitting documents to the Rutherford County Register of Deeds Office via (express) mail, runner or courier service, will now have the availability to utilize "Simplifile e-recording services." This means you are able to securely and cost-effectively file documents with the county through a web browser from the comfort and convenience of your office.
Heather Dawbarn, Register of Deeds, told WGNS in an email, "E-Recording not only saves you time and money, it also accelerates document recordings, increases your office productivity and turn-around time to your customers, and increases the security of documents you file with the County. As you will learn during the kick-off meeting, you probably already have the equipment you need to begin submitting documents electronically."
Click here to view the Register of Deeds website.
Informational Meeting at the Courthouse:
The general public is invited to attend an e-recording kick-off meeting on February 26, (Wed) at the Rutherford Historic County Courthouse to learn how e-recording will work for their business.
When: February 26, 2014
Where: Historic County Courthouse
2nd Floor, Room 205
20 N. Public Square
Murfreesboro, TN 37130