2310.7 (B) The Completeness Requirement
A notice of termination will be recorded, provided that the remitter submits a complete and exact duplicate of the notice that was served on the grantee.
NOTE: If the terminating party served separate copies of the same notice on more than one grantee or successor in title, the remitter should submit only one copy of the notice.
The document submitted for recordation should contain a statement specifying the date that the notice was served on the grantee and the manner of service (e.g., by personal service, by first class mail). This statement may be provided in the notice itself or in a separate document.
NOTE: If the notice was served by first class mail, the date of service is the date that the notice was deposited with the U.S. Postal Service.
If the notice of termination appears to be incomplete, if it does not appear to be an exact duplicate of the notice that was served on the grantee, or if it does not specify the date and manner of service, the recordation specialist may communicate with the remitter or may refuse to record the notice.