Documents will be scanned at the minimum of 300 dpi.
Documents will be scanned in portrait mode except for surveys that may be in landscape mode.
Document images will be captured in as multi page Group IV TIFF images
Scanned documents will be legible and reproducible – including signatures and notary seals. If an embossed notary seal must be used, it is the responsibility of the Submitter to confirm the seal has been darkened to allow it to be visible to the Receiver.
Font size is to meet PRIA standards and applicable state and local standards.
It is the responsibility of the Submitter to confirm that notary signatures and seals are present on all documents that require them.
Inked notary seals are preferred in place of embossed notary seals. If an embossed notary seal must be used, it is the responsibility of the Submitter to confirm the seal has been darkened to allow it to be visible to the Receiver. Non-visible notary seals are grounds for the rejection of a document batch.
All electronic notaries must adhere to the Kansas Secretary of State Standards for electronic notaries.
Documents may be rejected in accordance with Kansas law, including but not limited to the following reasons: the document fails to comply with the provisions of this Agreement or the Receiver’s technical requirements, document errors, missing signatures or notaries, failure to pay the filing or other fees due, the document is not a type the Receiver is authorized to accept for recording, or the document fails to meet any other applicable legal requirement.
To avoid rejection: Previous mortgage being referenced on Mortgage Tax Affidavit should NOT be released until the new refinanced mortgage is recorded.
Documents may be submitted at any time during the week. Documents will only be processed between 8:00 a.m. and 3:30 p.m., Central Time, on those days that the Receiver is open to the public for business.
Documents will not be processed on County holidays, weekends, snow days, declared emergencies, etc. or in the event of network or equipment failure.