Sunday, 02 January 2011 23:05
New Orleans Clerk Atkins Says Data Recovery For /Real Estate Records To Be Complete
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On January 2, Clerk of Court Dale Atkins issued this statement regarding the data recovery loss from the clerk of courts’ office:



I will give another update tomorrow regarding the progress in meeting the January 2nd deadline for data recovery. As of now, I expect conveyance records to be completed by midnight and possibly mortgage records as well.  If mortgage data entry is not completed by midnight, I am confident it will be completed no later than Tuesday, January 4th, when the Clerk's office reopens.   My staff and I have worked through the holidays and will be working up to midnight to meet our self-imposed deadline. “


Since the loss of data from the Civil Court Clerk’s Office earlier this year, much of the real estate industry in New Orleans has come to a significant halt.


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