Register Paul Iannuccillo

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M. Paul Iannuccillo | Register

Mr. Iannuccillo was sworn-in on January 2, 2013 as the Northern Essex Register of Deeds. Register Iannuccillo graduated from St. John’s Prep. School in Danvers MA. He earned a Bachelor of Science Degree from Merrimack College majoring in Business Administration with a concentration in Accounting and Finance.

Paul is also a graduate of Suffolk University and is an Attorney.Earlier in his public service career, Paul served as a Lawrence City Councilor representing District “B” and was also elected to the Massachusetts House of Representatives for the 16th Essex District. He was appointed to the Education, Health Care, Housing and Personnel Administration committees. He authored legislation to increase funding for public safety, school construction and to streamline the taking of blighted and abandoned properties for development and renewal.

Prior to serving as Register of Deeds, Paul was an Associate Counsel for the Office of House Counsel to the House of Representatives. One of Paul’s major goals is to work with municipalities to develop more creative ways to use land records to inform cities and towns with property alert systems of foreclosed properties.

Paul Iannuccillo is the son of Gwendolyn M. Iannuccillo, a retired North Andover school teacher, and the late Mario A. Iannuccillo, Jr. both of Lawrence and a sister, Christine. He is married to Melissa and together they have 3 children, Ava, Paul and Alexis and reside in North Andover. He also has 3 nephews, Randy, Ryan, Alex and a niece Abby.

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Register’s Message

Welcome to the Northern Essex Registry of Deeds.

An Act passed by the Massachusetts Legislature created the Northern Essex Registry of Deeds in 1869 and needless to say registries have come a long way since then.  Arguably the most significant changes have come over the past 30 years when the recording of documents transitioned from a pen and paper to high speed computers. Despite the radical changes that have occurred in the “way” we work, our mission has remained the same…to safe-keep public land records accurately and completely and to make these records easily accessible to the public.

Recent technological changes and upgrades at the Northern Essex Registry have put document retrieval at the user’s finger tips. A newly installed Internet Connection sends images to the public at a blazing speed fifteen times faster than the prior connection.  And currently close to 90% of all documents and indexes at the registry have been digitally imaged and are available for viewing and printing over the Internet.

But technological advancement is only one ingredient in the formula for a better registry of deeds, the other is friendly, customer service. In 2013 the Northern Essex Registry of Deeds opened a fully staffed Customer Service Department assigned the task of assisting the public by answering questions and providing information when needed. This department has been an overwhelming success.

If we can offer assistance to you in any way, do not hesitate to contact us by phone at 978-557-1900 or email northernessexcustomerservice@sec.state.ma.us or of course, just drop in.

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