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As long as the document has been recorded, yes. All we need to look up a document is the full name of the person on the document. Location and date helps, but are not required. All the documents are public record, so anyone can obtain a copy for anyone else.
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The Recorder of Deeds office is open Monday through Friday, 8 am until 4:30 pm. Office is closed on all government holidays.
Yes, except for military discharge records.
Free to use, a fee of $0.50 per page to print.
Cash or check.
Limited information is available via the phone for one document only- recording date, book and page number, and instrument number. We cannot read any other information off of documents for liability reasons. If more information is needed, please come into the office or contact a title searcher.
Yes, but only from 1981 and onward. Please visit Landex Webstore if there are only a few documents to view, or Landex Remote if there are several documents to view.
No. The use of a camera, cell phone or any image-capturing equipment to take pictures or scan the contents of any books or computer screens in the Recorder of Deeds' office is prohibited pursuant to a policy instituted November 25, 2008.