Suffolk County Clerk Judith A. Pascale would like the public to know that the County Clerk’s Office now offers an automated telephone information service to help attorneys and the general public stay abreast of their land documents and Supreme Court activity.
This automated telephone service is available 24/7 and allows attorneys, title professionals, banks, as well as the general public, to enter their tax map property identification number and/or Supreme Court Index number into an automated system that will provide recent activity, i.e. deed transfers, mortgage satisfactions and/or court filings.
“This is a special service that helps people maintain the details of their respective land records in an efficient and technologically advanced manner,” said Judith Pascale. “It is one of the many ways that the Clerk’s Office is using technology to improve services to Suffolk County residents.”
While attorneys remain responsible for monitoring and tracking their own land recordings and court dockets, this new service provides attorneys with a resourceful way to help them keep pace with the practice of law in “Internet time.”
The service is also very helpful for homeowners who recently paid off their mortgage and would like to check as to whether or not their bank has filed the appropriate documents indicating the loan has been satisfied. Homeowners will need their unique tax map number which is located on their tax bill.
The automated telephone service is available by dialing 631-852-2000, x650.