Recording is the process of maintaining an index, scanning a clear image, and making your document public record. Currently records are available online dating back to 1984.
Blank documents can be found at an office supply/stationery store or a local title insurance company. At the time of recording all documents must be fully completed, signed, and notarized.
The Auditor’s office does not provide legal advice.
First Page Requirements
If required information does not appear on the first page of the document, a cover sheet must be completed listing all of the necessary information.
Documents that do not meet the Standard Recording Requirements may be recorded for an additional $50.00 fee
Documents exempt from format requirements, that will be recorded using a cover sheet:
You may not record documents that contain:
(government agencies are exempt)
If you don’t meet these requirements, your document(s) will be returned without being recorded.