County Clerk-Recorder, Registrar of Voters Mark Lunn took office as the 2018-2019 vice president of the County Recorders’ Association of California. Lunn received the oath of office at the association’s New Law Conference held in Sacramento in December, 2017.
“I am honored to be elected to serve in such a respected organization by my peers,” Lunn stated. Lunn has been an active member of the association since first being elected in 2010. He has served on and chaired various association committees and was previously the organization’s secretary and treasurer.
The members of the Recorders’ Association of California are committed to providing excellent public service, protect the integrity of records and strive for uniformity when performing mandated duties. The purpose of the association is to promote common interests of the membership and respective counties; to maintain professional standards and, through the exchange of information and ideas, stimulate a supportive and cooperative working environment.
The association produces a Document Reference Indexing Manual annually for industry professionals to use as a reference book of laws, legal opinions, and rules governing recording procedures in the State of California.
County Recorders are responsible for filing and maintaining public documents associated with land transactions, vital statistics, and maintaining a cumulative record of all official documents for the county.