Are there easements on my property?
  1. A title company or an independent searcher can perform a search for easements. 
  2. Independently, you can review your deed; some easements are described in the legal description, but not always. 
  3. Easements may have been recorded previously and still regarded as part of the chain of title.
  4. Easements may be on a subdivision plat.
  5. This is not an all-inclusive list of possibilities and why it may be in your best interest to contact a title company or independent searcher.

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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?