Recording Documents

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The Recorder's Division is responsible for recording deeds, mortgages, court decrees, leases and other documents that affect title to real property.  By recording a document, the document becomes part of the public records of the County Recorder.

 

These public records provide the public with notice of chain of title or other interests in real property.  The office maintains the officials permanent and historical records of all legally recorded documents and assists the public with accessing this information.

 

NOTE:  Please note that the County Clerk-Recorder's office is unable to give legal advice such as what type of document you need, or how to complete a document.  We recommend you seek advice from an attorney before you record documents that affect title to property .