Bureau of Conveyances Land Records Management System Conversion

On March 8, 2021, the Bureau of Conveyances will launch its new Land Records Management System. This conversion will require restricted access for e-recording submissions beginning Friday, February 26, 2021 to March 10, 2021.

During this conversion process, recording submissions other than e-recording submissions (mail-in, messenger, etc.) will still be accepted but may experience unavoidable delays in processing.   Beginning March 11, 2021, the new Land Records Management System will be equipped to accept e-recording and other methods of submissions.   Although we will do our best to reduce delays, there may be additional lags in document processing as we get caught up after the March 10, 2021 restriction is lifted. 

We sincerely thank you for your patience and support as we look to improve services with our new System going forward.


“Maintaining an accurate, timely and permanent record system for title to real property is the responsibility of the Bureau of Conveyances. The Bureau examines, records, indexes, and microfilms over 344,000 Regular System and Land Court documents and maps annually; issues Land Court Certificates of Title; certifies copies of matters of record; and researches UCC requests. Hawaii is one of two states in the nation with a single statewide recording system.”