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LIVINGSTON COUNTY REGISTER Of DEEDS APPOINTED BY GOVERNOR TO SERVE ON ELECTRONIC RECORDING COMMISSION FOR TWO YEAR TERM

Brandon Denby, Livingston County Register of Deeds, was chosen by Governor Rick Synder to serve on the Electronic Recording Commission for a two year term beginning January 1, 2019. Denby enters this assignment with over 20 years of real estate, mortgage and title insurance experience including over 15 years as owner and operator of the title insurance based company  BD Liquid Management, as well as serving in the elected position of Register of Deeds.

This commission sets the Electronic Recording Standard for the State of Michigan. Denby feels that this is an important time to be involved with the commission with new laws being enacted in 2019 regarding electronic notaries as well as remote notaries.

In 2019 Denby will also be serving as 3rd Vice President and Legislative Co-Chair to the Michigan Association of Register of Deeds. “It is an honor to be appointed by Governor Synder and I look forward to representing my fellow Registrars on the Commission”.

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