The Register’s Office generates revenue for the County of Hudson and the State of New Jersey from fees which are collected from the recording documents and instruments while providing a needed service. We receive documents to be recorded via e-file, general or certified mail or in person at the cashier’s window. Electronic Recording started in Hudson County in April of 2012. All documents are checked for compliance with the statutory recording requirements, priced and then recorded. They are given an identifying instrument number, assigned a book & page number and entered into the index. The index is available on computer and on hard copy for viewing by anyone trying to locate a particular document or transaction. The Office is self-sustaining, and it is one of the few County Government offices that generate revenue through a Statutory Fee Schedule. Annually, this office has generated revenues for the Treasury of Hudson County in excess of its budget.