Electronic Recording


 As of December 1, 2020, the Chester County Recorder of Deeds (ROD) office will be working remotely and temporarily closed to the public as a precautionary measure due to the significant increase of COVID-19 cases in our area. We will continue to accept documents for recording via mail, FedEx, UPS, and through our eRecording partners. We are tentatively scheduled to reopen to the public on Wednesday, December 16, 2020, should conditions allow. During this time, if you find any difficulty completing your business online or are unable to find answers to your questions, please send us an email at RODInfo@chesco.org or call (610) 344-6330. We are here to answer your call. Thank you for your patience and understanding in this matter.

To submit electronic documents,  contact our eRecording partners Simplifile or CSC eRecording by one of the following methods:


CSC eRecording

IMPORTANT: Document ID Number

The assigned document ID number is for all subsequent matters related to that submission. Any recording expenses resulting from accidentally submitting the same document more than once will be paid by the submitter. No refunds will be given.

Limit of Ten UPI numbers per document - A document containing more than ten UPI numbers cannot be filed via eRecording and must be submitted at our office in paper format.

E-Recording not available for

  • Deed of Correction
  • Re-Recorded Deed
  • Statement of Value with exhibits attached
  • Deed-In-Blank ("Blank Deed", "Hanging Deed") cannot be filed via eRecording and must be submitted to our office in paper form.

Document Standards

Document Recording Requirements

E-Recording Fees Document Recording Requirements

A $10 return fee is charged for resubmission for each document each time it is resubmitted. No refund of recording fees is given for documents recorded in error by the submitter. Any resulting re-recording expenses are paid for by the submitter.

 Fee Schedule