What information do I need to get a copy of a deed?
  • Name(s), 
  • Address, 
  • P.I.N. (Permanent Index Number),
  • Brief legal description (i.e.: name of the Subdivision or Section, Township, Range). 
  • Approximate date of transaction
    • Deeds are recorded when a piece of property is transferred.

    • Copies can be obtained at any time. 

    • Deeds are not mailed out when a mortgage is paid off.

    • The Recorder's Office does not keep originals.

    • A copy from the Recorder's Office is as good as an original.

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1. What are the primary duties of the County Recorder?
2. What information do I need to get a copy of a deed?
3. How do I get a copy of a document?
4. Why didn't I receive my deed after I paid off my mortgage?
5. Do I have any liens?
6. How to add or change a name on a deed?
7. Does the Recorder's Office have blank forms?
8. Where do I go to have a deed or real estate document prepared?
9. What form of payment does the Recorder's Office accept?
10. Can you tell me when my house was built?
11. How do I find my property lines?
12. Are there easements on my property?
13. What are the earliest dates of record?
14. Is a Tract Index available?