- Finance & Real Estate
- Recording Documents
Our office records any instruments submitted for recording, providing it meets essential requirements including but not limited to deeds, mortgages, subordinations, modifications, assignments, releases, powers of attorney, real estate contracts, annexations, trustee elections, affidavits, final decrees, surveys, federal tax liens, mechanics liens, military discharges, articles of incorporation, cemetery deeds, bonds, plats, condominiums, firms doing business under assumed names, delinquent sewer liens, miscellaneous instruments and uniform commercial code instruments.
No staff member is permitted to give legal advice.
NOTE: We do not record any documents at our counter after 4:00 PM CST. Deeds or any other land conveyance records that must be routed between the County Assessor, County Auditor and County Recorder must be received by 3:00 PM CST.
For more information about recording documents, please choose from the options below.
Essential Recording Requirements
Find essential requirements that all instruments must meet to be recorded, including recording form and legibility statutes.
Find the fee schedule for recording documents.
UCC Recording & Fees
Find information about changes for recording of UCC's.
Find information and fees for recording license bonds.
Find information about recording original military discharge papers including DD214.
Find information about the advantages of eRecording and approved vendors who provide this service.
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