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He currently serves on the Legislative Committee of the Mississippi Chancery Clerks Association and was instrumental in the establishment of statewide uniform real estate documents legislation, which became effective July 1, 2009.Click here for In 2012 John Mc Adams was appointed by the Mississippi Chancery Clerks Association to serve as a commissioner on the Mississippi E-Recording Commission, which establishes state-wide rules and standards for Chancery Clerks who choose to offer e-recordings of land records.This policy establishes procedures for storage and preservation of inactive county records.The county has approximately 40,000 cubic feet of permanent inactive records stored at two designated offsite storage facilities In April 2006, Mc Adams initiated digital court filings in Chancery Court, making court files accessible to judges, attorneys and clerks, thus creating a more efficient method of management of records.Welcome to the Harrison County Chancery Clerk's website! The various duties given the Chancery Clerk by statute, or assumed voluntarily by the individual Clerk, cover a wide range of vitally important functions.Over 40 employees in our Gulfport and Biloxi offices are ready to serve you! The duties and functions of the Chancery Clerk are governed by an elaborate assortment of statutes and court rules, along with procedures established either by the State Department of Audit or the Department of Finance and Administration.On March 15, 2004, the Chancery Clerk's Office implemented a computerized deed imaging system which eliminates the need for hard copy books and also established the first and only E-commerce site for purchasing land record documents on line.
He also serves on the National Board of Directors, and as a co-chair of the Land Records Committee of the National Association of County Recorders, Election Officials and Clerks (NACRC).
Mc Adam’s office has averaged over a thousand passport applications each year since.
In 2011 the Supreme Court named Harrison County Chancery Court as a pilot county for Mississippi Electronic Courts (MEC).
One of his first acts was to hire a Certified Public Accountant as Chief Deputy Clerk to help manage the county's money.
This includes depositing tax money collected into interest-bearing accounts.
John Mc Adams began a records management program for Harrison County and encouraged the Board of Supervisors to authorize collecting a $1 records management fee on all documents recorded, the first county in the state to do so.